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Generation Poetry

My aunt sent me some poetry that my grandmother wrote when she was eighteen, which was in the year 1946. I’m thinking of doing a call-and-response project with the poetry she wrote… have her poem on the top and then write one off of that one reflecting my current place in time. Ideas? I’ve been … Continue reading

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Poetry Ghosts

I’m currently doing an extensive project on the modernist poet D.H. Lawrence. He’s fantastic. I feel like I just connect with his poetry, which is such a strange thing considering he wrote a hundered years ago. It’s weird how poetry can surpass time on such a deep level. He was quoted saying something that seems … Continue reading

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Postcard Drama

Here are some dramatic postcard-inspired poems I wrote this weekend. Maybe I’ll mail the last one to my ex 🙂 Postcard 1 Dear X, I now realize that all roads connect somewhere, but I’m writing this from the dying light of my Corolla, just noticing my half-empty tank that fueled my need to leave. No … Continue reading

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Poetry day 3

Day 3 poem! I’ve revised this poem a TRILLION times. I’m starting to wonder if I should be posting my poetry on here every day? The chances of someone stealing my work is highly likely right? The Ship Fell off the Map I arrive in the land of tarot and fortune, hoping to feel the warm … Continue reading

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