On Writing

Poem 36 – Displacement

Displacement “…displace a moment’s hate with organizedLove…”  from ‘Faces’, Poems by Maya Angelou every prejudice pausedis a lightning bolt liftedfrom a constantly trembling earth like gods we can bewith our choices to strike or be a lightelectrifying change every prejudice pausedis a displacement of hate organize your hateinto thundering pausesthen free them intothe great canyon of equality… Continue reading Poem 36 – Displacement