I find it hard to write about my race
because my feelings are written on my face.
Not in my expression,
but in the peaks of my nose
and the valleys of my sunken eyes.
Choose a side.
What is written on my face is the answer.
It is woven into the tapestry of my DNA.
To all the
I won’t let them make us pick a side.
I’d rather be a mixed being
with mixed feelings.
Intersectionality & Culture
correspondence of sound between words or the endings of words, especially when these are used at the ends of lines of poetry
diverse sentence structure