The great thing about poetry is that it is simply not ‘commodifiable.’ Materially speaking, it’s worthless in this culture. There’s very, very little money to be made from writing poetry. In that way, it’s subversive since anyone can steal it. Anyone can take it. Anyone can learn it by heart. Anyone can whisper it, can carry it into a jail, through borders, across all sorts of state lines. Poetry is that which can be carried anywhere. It’s invisible. And that makes it very, very precious in a culture where everything has a price. It still has a purity.

– Marie Howe

My name is Sarah. This is my heart space.

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  1. Hey Sarah, how are you? I wish the best of luck in all your blogging endeavors for 2013. Oh, right, .. next time… smile for me? It will beautifully compliment your pretty face. Just saying. 😉

  2. I can’t tell you how happy I am that you’ve been posting again. I find myself coming back to this blog every other day or so, going back to old poems, old posts, and I always find something that hits the spot. I can’t tell you how much I love your selections! Thank you so much!

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