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National Poetry Month 2016: April 2nd, Safiya Sinclair

Center of the World By Safiya Sinclair The meek inherit nothing. God in his tattered coat this morning, a quiet tongue in my ear, begging for alms, cold hands reaching up my skirt. Little lamb, paupered flock, bless my black … Continue reading

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