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‘Endangered,’ California Dressed in Poetry by a Latina

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"Endangered" is part of BELatina's collection of poems to celebrate National Poetry Month.   “Endangered” In California Monarch butterflies are endangered  Immigrants are endangered  In the very land that they...

‘The Rotation,’ a Poem on Change, by Sawhney

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"The Rotation" is part of BELatina's poetry and empowerment series.  The Rotation Poetic minds confront dark nights and enter revolving doors where thought remains Stagnant motion A continuous rotation ensues, much like...

‘We Are,’ Kicking Off National Poetry Month with an Original by...

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Who we are and who we become through relationships is one of the most complicated issues in our intimate lives. To jump-start National Poetry Month,...

Female Poets Who Broke the Mold With Their Words

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Women are poetry; women are resilient; women are natural healers. Female poets can create life and recreate ourselves through heartbreak, pain, racism, machismo, inequality,...

‘A Seed’s Growth,’ A Poem by Sawhney

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A Seed’s Growth by Sawhney the writer   Devoured By hunger to grow Up past The realms that already exist I am a seedling Thirsty for the expanses Of tilled earth And heavenly possibilities Up,...

‘Stuck,’ A Poem by Sawhney The Writer

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Stuck by Sawhney the writer I daydream about the days when I could escape into a different world,  a different place Stuck in a bubble between a rock and a...

Aja Monet’s Powerful Poetry

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Aja Monet’s work may be political, but she despises politicians. “Unless it's free health care, affordable housing, climate justice, abolition, and an end to...

‘6-5-4-7,’ A Poem by Sawhney The Writer

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I feel your confusion Coming into me A loss of mind, A stolen identity   I’m trapped in broken ways I feel your sad pain Yet I don’t see How I will...

Bronxite Poet, Tonya Ingram, is a Force to Be Reckoned With

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Octavio Paz thought poetry was about bringing the world back to its pure innocence, to recreate it by naming it. According to the Mexican...

‘Old Ideas,’ A Poem by Sawhney

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Old Ideas I sit in stillness and I hear old murmurs of what I pushed aside   Years past, I knew you   Today, I don't know   What is this impromptu message arising before my mind   Years have...