Simonne Elease Willis, is a budding poet aspiring to integrate her interests in literature, black intersectional issues, and nonprofit organizations.
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By Simonne Elease Willis • i trace america’s outline on a map, flinch when i reach the thirteen. a single prick on my fingertip. a single drop of blood falls. (the shape of a dog bares its teeth) another drop of blood falls. (the shape of a crow tilting its head) america has stood on … Continue reading My Name is Pronounced ‘Revolution’