Julie Anderson

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Julie Anderson is the creator and publisher of FeminineCollective.com and Feminine Collective Media.

Feminine Collective, an online magazine that prides itself on offering a platform for essays, stories, and poetry that break traditional boundaries. Considered a literary magazine with bite, Humanity, Raw & Unfiltered stories are what we are about.


Author, Blogger, Poet, Editor, Julie is also a proud mother of three unique children.



WANTING

blindfolded adrift on a wave of lust shameless consumption grows strong in my desert that turned to dust slinking past watchful eyes writhing under greedy grasps flowers bloom fragranced musk dust...



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“Love. It’s the complex chemistry of a blind heart and a distracted mind. Love is a shapeshifter. Love walks along the same path as hate. Love makes us whole. Love makes us weak. Love drives us to insanity. Love can be a curse. Love is a miracle.”
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