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Leaving

a one line poem prompt

alto
alto
Mar 14, 2017 · 2 min read

Your Turn

Please share your own one-line poem on the word “leaving”. Either as a response to this post, or if you prefer to write it as a stand alone piece, just make sure to leave a link to it in the response section below.

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In 2006 Allan Rae left a career as a flight paramedic to obtain his MFA in creative nonfiction. Today he is a qualitative public health researcher exploring the intersections of HIV, PTSD, and stigma, through personal and community narrative. Allan is also the editorial lead for creative nonfiction at daCunha. Starbucks, satire, and dogs do not displease him.

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Thanks to Kathy Jacobs

alto

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alto

Educator, HIV researcher, former flight paramedic, MFA. Enjoys poetry, creative non fiction, memoir, intersectional justice, satire, dogs https://allanrae.com

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The home of asynchronous collaboration. Write with us!

alto

Written by

alto

Educator, HIV researcher, former flight paramedic, MFA. Enjoys poetry, creative non fiction, memoir, intersectional justice, satire, dogs https://allanrae.com

Chalkboard

The home of asynchronous collaboration. Write with us!

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