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Zuri's Parallel Worlds Production (Sound POEM)

clung clacked, clutched

soggy, squishy, shiny sneakers

flippty, flappy flip-flops

slippery, squelchy, rainy boots

thunderous stormy nights

crowds remained present

clicked-change

crisp-bills

tickets exchanged

boomed, be-bopped drums

scratched, spun turntables

musical, melodies echoed

ensemble of song birds

free-styled, fresh beats

humble artists spoke

“mind-boggled monologues”

told us about 1781

about John Hansen being the first

African-American President

and Baraka Obama

the eighth

passionate, eloquent speakers

clasped microphone hands

be-boy, be-girl headstands

sultry bands rocked

valuable knowledge

current events

money well spent