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Audre Lorde Knows What I Mean – 2021 in review 18. Verse

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Genres: Non-Fiction
Sub-genres: Creative Non-Fic

Raw. These poems should be read by no one. A follow-up of Summer 2020 – Hell in a Handbasket

If you see any errors in the text, please send me a private message here on GA.

**Warning: Anger ahead**

Copyright © 2022 AC Benus; All Rights Reserved.

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· Edited by 84Mags

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Each of the selections in this meaningful and eloquent series is an important and far-reaching affirmation for those of us at a loss to express ourselves over the state of our democracy, our country and our larger global world. We have shattered peace with violence, stinging contentiousness and enraged righteousness. Along the way we have polluted the environment, caused massive disruptions to our ecosystems and irreparably impacted our climate. Greed, among other vices, has placed us in peril. There is so much anger and discontent. Take the time to read each and every one of these astounding poems. Follow the cited links to find out more. This body of work feels like a call to action to do better, try harder and to promote unity, diversity and the greater good. 

Response from the author:

Thank you, @84Mags! If I had a hundred "Loves" to give your review, I would. For yes, this book is a call to action, and what can that be regarded as if not a call to greater consciousness. 

Thanks a million times again

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