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Write On!

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This page features the work of  poets who are just getting a start.  We feature the ‘first’ poems of these artists in the hopes that their love of writing will flourish and they will know what it feels like to be heard.

*All of the artwork and poetry posted here appears with consent of a parent or guardian.

Immanuel Goodlance, Joel Ward, Ricky Barragan: LiveWire

Ruby Holt: You

Vivica Goodlance: A Young Child

Vivica Goodlance and AnaCleto Ward: Fry Bread Dough

Ricky Barragan: College Degree

Julia Guzman: If I Were In Charge of the World

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Written by lickmypoetry

April 24, 2010 at 9:04 am

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  1. […] Write On! […]

  2. the anti barbie doll anthem/real woman’s warrior song

    We are
    Women
    Bent on becoming
    Become….
    With us
    We are “Shero’s” unspent and unsung
    Our lives have become ,…Our lyrics
    Whispered into the winds, and
    Sung in lullabyes into the next generations
    First breathes
    Stand and sing with us—–
    -our bodies house the sacred
    They house……ourselves
    We are
    The remembered responsibility
    Of that
    We are Strength and solidarity in action
    And we are
    Redress
    waiting to happen
    We are the pattern breakers
    ,Sent out from generations past
    We are the reclaimers of our own definitions, sanity , and success
    We are The laughter behind the tears,…And the tears behind the laughter
    We are the hidden smile you didn’t expect
    And we are waiting,
    To sing you home
    to us…….
    To whisper
    your story into the wind
    so that it never gets
    Forgotten….
    Yes we are
    waiting……
    to enfold you
    and to feel you
    enfold
    us

    julie mccurdy

    March 5, 2011 at 2:01 pm


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