In honor of #NaPoWriMo, this site offers a poem a day throughout the month of April.
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The Killer Queen Dare
You stand at a passage / A way through
Cosmic crossroads / A purgatory / Judged and Frozen through time / You crawl or descend
Suspend into space / Trapped in talons
Archers eating moon maize
Quetzalcóatl reborn / Bravery! All Behold!
You shake a staff / But then they seize the rain
Coughing pain of so many / Bones and skulls
It's an omen / As if Homer stood blocking your way
The water puzzle / Can't bind it / Find a worm
In your blindness / Sleight of hand / A conch /
Then, you depart / In blood and worms, we will Weather / Trickster–you are my treasure! / In death
We soar / Or bind / Inside a kiln
A feathered bird / A Weathered Snake / Together, we Seize the day / Bound to virus
Renaissance of Art
Poem by Margaret Viboolsittiseri, 2020
"There is a tale about Davy Crockett and a coon. If you know anything about my family from Ireland, then you know what April 1st means when there is an entire tree of Tricksters."
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