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A September to Remember at Bossa

Saturday, September 30th, 2017

Man, we had fun at Bossa in September. New faces, old friends graced the stage to share words from the page, and some even did a cypher at the end. Highlights:

Mark shared Offispring’s You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid: Show me how to lie, You’re getting better all the time.

Mustafa gave us some Perci B Shelley: I met a traveler from an antique land…Asumandeus—king of kings.

Doug’s poem was from Cuba: preguntar todos, he wanted a world without police, without monopolies.

Romy was fine when left to her beasts, but she could choose only one.

Mohammad remembered Billie’s smile. Billies all over the world pay the price.

Jess sang against oppression.

Merit explored the freedom when traveling; life is the winding circuit of energy; and there’s some trips you don’t have to buy a ticket to.

Come out to the GPI Open Mic next month and share your explorations with us. October 10th, 7-9 PM, at Bossa, 2463 18th NW DC.

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