Was written during the National Poetry Month 2022.
Night of Aphasia Arts 2023
If you missed last night or want to enjoy the evening again, you can watch the recording on YouTube. We've also made the slideshow available on our site. To view each video in the slideshow, click on the image, which will take you to the video on YouTube.
If you missed viewing the art gallery, it is now open. Make sure you visit the five online "rooms" of art and download a copy of the poetry booklet.
Night of Aphasia Arts viewer Honey Hubbard said it best in the event’s chat box: “This feeds the soul!” If you were there, you would know that it was an incredible evening — moving, beautiful, celebratory, funny, and creative. We were all in awe of the talent of the performers, artists, and writers.
I wrote this poem from the prompt of "What Are You" on Poetry Bubble by the Worcestershire Libraries, England (Zoom).
This video was from Beyond High C on Thursdays.
I couldn't read or say the signs.
I am still working on them.
This was the last session of the Aphasia Poetry Workshop on May 13th. I recorded it yesterday.
Thanks Brendan Constantine, Michael Biel, and Francie Schwarz for hosting it virtually from Los Angeles Public Library.
I really appreciate your time and I really enjoyed it👍
Just Beat It!
A Wily Old Fox
I am thankful for my brother's strength and bravery.
I am trying to understand my brain and learning about Aphasia.