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Episode 007: Crossing the Aisle

Left Hand Poetry

Release Date: 06/11/2020

Episode 118: 20 Hours a Day show art Episode 118: 20 Hours a Day

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It's time for another episode of Left Hand Poetry.

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Episode 117: The Sighting show art Episode 117: The Sighting

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It's time for another episode of Left Hand Poetry.

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Episode 116: Spring Hike show art Episode 116: Spring Hike

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It's time for another episode of Left Hand Poetry.

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Episode 115: Triple Check and CYA show art Episode 115: Triple Check and CYA

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"Triple Check and CYA" was written to cheer up a friend several years back, after they experienced a quintessential Corporate American Issue, and maybe even just a Corporate issue?

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Episode 114: Accompanist show art Episode 114: Accompanist

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"Accompanist" was born out of the experience of attending intimate acoustic music performances.

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Episode 113: Eye Opener (An Easter Poem) show art Episode 113: Eye Opener (An Easter Poem)

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A late delivery this week thanks to some roadwork; for all the information, visit my blog: https://Lefthandrob.net

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Episode 112: Hubris and Roller Skates show art Episode 112: Hubris and Roller Skates

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This week, an ode to Physics

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Episode 111: The Growing Season show art Episode 111: The Growing Season

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Sad, wistful, metaphorical even. "The Growing Season" is a poem I wrote while going through some things many years ago, and now I'm sharing it with you! Well, to be fair, it's been available in my book "Blue." for a while, so.

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Episode 110: Pistachios and Life show art Episode 110: Pistachios and Life

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After last week's dramatic reading, I chose something more dialed back, though philosophical in nature. I also promise that I wasn't high when I wrote these poems -- this is how my brain naturally works, if you haven't figured that out for yourself by now. "Pistachios and Life" and "A Response to Pistachios and Life" punch above their weight and while it's well-trodden ground, it's also a universal experience we've all shared. Right?

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Episode 109: Fracture show art Episode 109: Fracture

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Things get a little personal this week with "Fracture." I get low-grade headaches fairly often (yaayyyyy) but rarely, a full-blown migraine comes on. Less so now that I've learned to avoid certain triggers, but the experience inspired this poem. Also, Trigger Warning: If you're a migraine sufferer, listen with caution.

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This week it's a poem inspired by a dream I had some years back where President Obama did something unexpected. Don't listen to NPR when you're half-asleep unless you want interesting dreams is what I'm trying to say, I suppose.

I posted the below last week (with an addition at the bottom), and I'm posting it again. We've seen the beginnings of progress, but there's work to do, and the people working need money to make it happen:

After listening to the podcast (or while listening), visit one of these sites and donate for the cause, because Black Lives Matter and my fellow white people we need to get in the game:

Donate to Black Lives Matter

Donate to the Souther Poverty Law Center

Donate to the Equal Justice Initiative

And while we're at it, Trans Lives Matter:

Transgender Law Center

The poems will continue to flow, but so must the Justice.