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26/30: KB Brookins

Today's poem deftly moves through different levels of confession and culpability.

Today, we are going to write a series of small confessions, slowly escalating to grappling with larger guilts and more complex power dynamics.

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Our final prompt this year comes to us from Cameron Awkward-Rich, and his iconic poem, "Meditations in an Emergency" Ther

I am obsessed with the sonics of this poem. You so clearly see the musical influence, not just in the referential lines, but in how the sonics form the logic of the piece.

Today is a gorgeous reflective poem, "Taharah." This piece deals with the idea of the afterlife, not in terms of heaven or hell, but in terms of thelife our body has aft

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