So Even While

To be a poet in capitalistic America is a rebellious act. When it comes to manifestos, I change the subject. Does the poem care whether you have expectations or not? Today I didn’t invent my reader. My reader invented me. Functioning, charging, exploring every crevice of a poem’s musicality and barraging its camouflage with questions. […]

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2 thoughts on “So Even While

  1. Hi Jamie,

    That article was written by Uche Ndukam, originally from Nigeria but now living in New York. English is not his first language but what a great command he has of it.
    I happened upon the article and thought that every poet should read it so I reblogged
    it. I’m glad you took a look!


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