Tag Archives: National Poetry Month 2014

Your Daily Poem: Lucille Clifton

TweetEd. note: For National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting one feminist poem each day in April. See the whole series here. Today’s poem is “won’t you celebrate with me?” by the great Lucille Clifton. Tweet
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Your Daily Poem: Joy Harjo

TweetEd. note: For National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting one feminist poem each day in April. See the whole series here. Today’s poem is “She Had Some Horses” by the great Joy Harjo. Tweet
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Your Daily Poem: Elana Bell

TweetEd. note: For National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting one feminist poem each day in April. See the whole series here. Today’s poem is “Your Village” by Elana Bell. Tweet
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Your Daily Poem: Patricia Smith

TweetEd. note: For National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting one feminist poem each day in April. See the whole series here. Today’s poem is “What You Pray Toward” by Patricia Smith. Tweet
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Your Daily Poem: Franny Choi

TweetEd. note: For National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting one feminist poem each day in April. See the whole series here. Today’s poem is “To the Man Who Shouted ‘I Like Pork Fried Rice’ at Me on the Street” by Franny Choi. Tweet
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