Performing at the 2018 Rustbelt Poetry Festival.
“Don’t get me wrong: I have white friends. My mother is a white woman, but my mother reflects the light, she doesn’t snatch it from the air. When my mother makes a mistake, she doesn’t expect applause after her apologies.”
Don’t miss this marvelous poem from Jaz Sufi, performing at the 2018 Rustbelt Poetry Festival in Detroit, MI.
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