The 7 Words You Cannot Say in a “Free” Country By the time the ______ had grown into a teenager, they learned that being _______________ is both ________-________ and ___ _____-________, a natural part of human _________, and therefore they began advocating for their legal _______________ in what they were taught to believe was a nation that would never censor the only word that accurately described their identity. They would not allow feeling _______________ to keep them from protesting as long they were able. a) fetus b) transgender c) science-based d) evidence-based e) diversity f) entitlements g) vulnerable
This is a throwback poem from a previously published book. I’ll be posting throwbacks every Wednesday.
This poem won Best in Class in Creative Writing at the 2018 Marin County Fair in World Unity, Equality & Diversity. It’s based on the guidelines foisted upon CDC employees.
The Cafe of Dreams
The Cafe of Dreams is 50 pages of new poetry by D.L. Lang, the 2017-2019 Poet Laureate of Vallejo, California.