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We Rocked it at Bossa in May

We had a great open mic in May. At Bossa in Adams Morgan every second Tuesday evening of the month, you get to read poetry with us where everyone knows your name, and they’re always glad you came. Here are the highlights:

Jess used building blocks to roam a web of the free.

Zion reminded us of words that change the entire course of history; words give power to the weak; he spoke for the indigenous who suffer for others’ luxury.

Zane remembers telling stories in his head and speaking them aloud; his muse is the bastard love child of fools and knaves and Hamlet.

Charlie rhymed: Humpty Trumpty built a wall, he built prisons, filled them all, he destroyed unions, made them fall…

And what other tales will you hear at the next GPI open mic? See you next month at Bossa, 2463 18th NW DC, 7-9 PM, 2nd Tuesday of the month.

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