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ENOUGH: An Ode to Protest – BEATS, March 2018

Editorial Staff Robert Eric Shoemaker, (Founding) Editor Natalie Earnhart, Editor Kristiane Weeks-Rogers, Marketing BEATS is a union of writers and poets writing from a place of urgency, fueling our work with activist poetics in public spaces. Originated at Naropa University’s... Continue Reading →

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BULLET

When in great pain, the body is not an agent but a vesicle; a storage unit for the public, waiting beyond the body, which sounds off as waves.   The bullet of the state, an entrance and the fissure deepening,... Continue Reading →

denver, 3.24.2018

-Samantha Moore

feel it

-Samantha Moore

There should be a background check…

“There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator.”

Not You Haiku

Heavy fault lines Lifeless young bodies lifted Snow gales howl coldly   Lights strung illumine Death’s distracting point not you Buds grow brighter pink   -Jackie Henrion   “Not You” as a (homophonic) comment on the NRA’s refusal to acknowledge... Continue Reading →

March for Our Lives

A lyric poem to march by.   The youth of this nation marched across over 800 cities vocalizing frustration calling for the attention of our government to make a change for the betterment to wise up and rise up with... Continue Reading →

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