The gift of poetry never gets old . . . Poem by Tami Porter-Jones

Tami wrote this poem in return for my support of Wasatch Word Smiths slam team in 2013. “Language, My Lover” is a beautifully written piece inspired by Rumi.

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These gifts of poetry go on forever! I love going back to listen to these great local poets who make it a point to give back with words.

Here are a couple of others by Jesse Parent and Gray Thomas:

For Trish Hopkinson – Flora and Fauna (Found Poem) by Jesse Parent

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