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2/30: Mary Jean Chan

Only two days in, and I am more inspired than I've been in months. Today we are reading "Field Notes on a Family Meal." This poem does so much with how it nests the deeper confession inside a series of smaller "confessions."

Read the poem here:

Now, write a poem with the refrain "yes" starting each thought. Include a more serious revelation within a list of smaller ones.

Write Brave!

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