TIMEKA DREW is a student of philosophy, politics and religion. She is presently infuriated with her current life situation, and finds that the only positive change she can currently employ is active self expression and centering. She finds temporary pacification through writing.

Timeka’s poetry argues with convention and tries to shake free of the eurocentric/patriarchal ideation of perfection and beauty, while always remaining a profoundly intimate personal account of her life. She is constantly striving to illustrate abstractions through inherently imperfect images, with the aids of art, words and oration.

These poems come from a collection entitled “perpetual nausea.”


Written by . . . . . . . Timeka Drew
HTML/CSS Programming by . . . . . . . Bryan Wilhite