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‘Twas a November to remember

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

November’s open mic brought memories of freestyles fun and sometimes cold nights outside at Dupont Circle. Blast from the past Johanna brought her hand drum, and she sat in with poets to add some rhythmic flavor to the mix. Just like old times. Here are some other highlights…

Jeff was looking for greater wisdom towards peace in these difficult times.

Leana sang sweetly, make it sooner than later–you can move on and don’t need no one else.

Jess gave her the right to strut around here.

Shea can’t admit that you’ve been pre-trained–any proclamation that we’re all human.

Shahid asked, if not you, if not now, when?

Jay said even the watch dogs are asleep, so how soon can we make it stop?

Bring your words and rhythms, and see you next time!

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