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“Less than a block away from her house He’s been following me from the bar Why didn’t I pretend I lived closer Every turn signaled, speed in check, I can make it...“
‘Twas the third of November and all through the land, Not a voter was sure their slate’s win was at hand. Polls suggested that Biden was far in the
“How are you anti Black lives, covid lives, and yet Claim to be pro-life?”
“On this particular day, they were startled to find themselves cheek to beak, admiring the very same flower. They just smiled and laughed, and with a warm ado they hummed and buzzed away.”
Brandon Sullivan first performed this poem at the Drewboy Creative "Something Hopeful Please" virtual art show.
Our world’s going through a tumble and the new normal is gonna be, well, weird. Seems right up our alley.
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Poem by Megan Cook
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