1. Go back to the grain yellow hills where the broken speak of elegance
2. Walk up to the canvas door, the short bed stretched against the clouds
3. Beneath the earth, an ant writes with the grace of a governor
4. Blow, blow Red Tail Hawk, your hidden sleeve—your desert secrets
5. You are there, almost, without a name, without a body, go now
6. I said five, said five like a guitar says six.
Intersectionality & Culture
visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work
an instruction or a command
A list poem features an inventory of people, places, things, or ideas organized in a particular way, usually numbered.
a comparison between two unrelated things through a shared characteristic