Monday, November 18, 2019

New video for "10 Excerpts From New York Times Op-Eds in Fictional Realities"

This is a poem I wrote back in January. You can find the full text at that link.

The subtitle is "what happens when you understand conflict, but don’t understand power," something that, I have to say, is very, very relevant in today's political discourse. This is a super weird, very specific poem, but I think it's pointing at an issue that is definitely worth thinking critically about.



Related: This is part of an informal series of poems about POWER. I mean, all of my poems are about power in some way, but this series (which also includes Thoughts and Prayers, Pro-Life, and A Pragmatist's Guide to Magic, are all very explicitly about power in the context of organizing. I hope they make more sense when experienced in proximity to one another.

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