Canada Geese

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I think we can learn something
from our namesake geese
the way the strong lift the air
for the weak at the back of the line —
their elegant V writing an ode to community

and they are freer still than us —
locked-down in that formation
they pull the equatorial sun to themselves
and…

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I answer rhetorical questions. Intersectional feminism. Neurodivergence. Trauma. Grief. Canada things. A smattering of poetry and fiction.

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Julia Marsiglio

Julia Marsiglio

I answer rhetorical questions. Intersectional feminism. Neurodivergence. Trauma. Grief. Canada things. A smattering of poetry and fiction.

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