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("how to care for the injured body") From Claudia Rankine, Citizen

I’ve long been meaning to post about the award-winning and beautiful lyric, Citizen, by Claudia Rankine.

I read it several years ago, and listened to the audiobook again a couple months ago as I drove back and forth to Dayton where I’m teaching. 203 more words

NaPoWriMo - Day 19 (Erasure)

Today’s National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) prompt is: Write a paragraph that briefly recounts a story or scene. Now try erasing words from this paragraph to create a poem or, alternatively, use the words of your paragraph to build a new poem. 44 more words

#NaPoWriMo18: Day 19

After the sun, for the Day 19 prompt.

A lone man stands in front of the bus shelter, his bag slung across his shoulder, hands stuck deep in his pockets, staring out towards the square, at the space where the bus should be. 90 more words


19. We are so far from our dreams

Look outside my window and see dark grey.

it is a wall. There used to not be a building. They built it.

Depending on what time of the day it was, I see light… 182 more words


Going past - NaPoWriMo 19

Up past the owls
down past the trees
and on to the end.

Sharp stop.
L  O  N  G    S  T  R  E  T  C  H. 188 more words

NaPoWriMo 2018

I am
waiting on the
rain – loud,
taller than the trees.

NaPoWriMo Day 18 | prompt: write a paragraph describing the scene outside your window, then erase words to create a poem


Now You See It, Now You Don't (Digimon Tamers- Episode 7)

(Catch part 6 HERE. To go back to the beginning click HERE)

More bio-emergences and digital fields have been popping up in the past few weeks than have ever before been registered by in the Tamers Universe. 1,951 more words