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A visual poetry experiment

This poem was written and shared (thanks to A Cornered Gurl) a few months ago, but I wanted to experiment with the visual element and thought that, in a way, it becomes a whole new artifact. (I really hope I’m not going against any Medium or publication guidelines here. If I am, please be sure to let me know.)

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Caribbean singer/songwriter/ poet who loves dogs, all things mystical, and solitude. Website: ruthosman.com

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Ruth Osman

Ruth Osman

Caribbean singer/songwriter/ poet who loves dogs, all things mystical, and solitude. Website: ruthosman.com

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