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Poetry in Phases

As part of a New Year’s Non-Resolution Resolution (see this previous link: https://lafpi.com/author/zury-margarita-ruiz/) I have been receiving poetry in the mail with the hope I might be INSPIRED to create. What? Anything.

While there’s been some brainstorming here and there, I have not done much creating… not just yet. While previously there would have been some uneasiness with this, its something I’m choosing not to be frustrated or anxious about. Sometimes there are other things to focus on and that’s just where I’m at.

But I’ve loved receiving poetry. I just love that it’s a letter from my friend that she’s put together with so much love and consideration. I love how much possibility it holds. And then the poetry itself– I love the sentiment of other people’s words, those stories, the deeper meanings and what I take from them. I’ve sort of thought of them as anchors to a place where I want to get back to, and I will.

In consideration of your own inspiration, Dear Reader, here are the poems…

PHASE ONE (January 2021 – March 2021)

First Wedding Dance by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo


PHASE TWO (April 2021 – June 2021)

Ars Poetica with a Galaxy in It by Diannely Antigua