This poem is a part of “Equal People,” Our Human Family’s anthology of international poetry on equality and inclusivity.
from November to March
millions of monarch butterflies
migrate to Morelia Mexico
it takes four generations of
monarchs to complete the journey
which means no butterfly ever
makes the same journey twice
I wonder why the monarchs chose Morelia
and how generations later
they know exactly where to find it
I wonder if their migration is genetic
if upon being born the first thing they feel
is the urge to fly south toward an orange forest
if their bodies are…
Episode 4 was on Stagnation and Writer’s Block although I didn’t post because I was having issues with the image format on Medium.
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In this episode I explore the reason of dreaming and how its qualities influence the shaping of surrealism.
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