Poem: George Floyd — by Terrance Hayes

By Terrance Hayes Audio: Read by the author. You can be a bother who dyes his hair Dennis Rodman blue in the face of the man kneeling in blue in the face the music of his wrist- watch your mouth is little more than a door being knocked out of the ring of fire around...

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Whale Songs: Eagle Tree as Featured Audiobook

Orca Books in Olympia just listed The Eagle Tree audiobook as one of their picks for a new Pacific Northwest audiobook "play list" called Orca Books Whale Songs An Orca-themed mix for your Pacific Northwest dreams. Enjoy the Orca BooksAudiobook Play List here....

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Poem: The Hill We Climb, Amanda Gorman

Amanda Gorman Read at the Presidential Inauguration, January 2021 When day comes, we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea. We must wade. We've braved the belly of the beast. We've learned that quiet isn't always...

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MLK Day: A Langston Hughes Poem

The poet Langston Hughes was a great inspiration to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Examples of their connection are expansive. In 1956, King recited Hughes’ poem “Mother to Son” from the pulpit to honor his wife Coretta, who was celebrating her first Mother’s Day. That...

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