In the time that I have lived here, since the late 1990s, Houston has become quite the poetry town. There is so much poetry of so much diversity from so many different kinds of poets coming out pretty much every day that one can hardly keep up.
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Monique Antonette Lewis is the founder of At The Inkwell, a New York City-based supporter of published writers through feature articles, book reviews and readings.
I want to carve this poem into the desk of the person who wrote it, and say: "You are a weird ass hippie, Dorothea Lasky, and you will always remain a weird ass hippie to me."
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