Breaking the Voodoo

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Adastra Press, Jan 1, 2001 - Poetry - 26 pages
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Poetry. The title poem is "an evolving poem on all things global, social & political" and has been recorded by the author and his Magic Poetry Band. The other nine poems in this chapbook celebrate Rock 'N' Roll, the memory of a grandfather who worked assembly lines, and the students who died during the Kent State May 4 demonstrations. "I better think about this./ Something is happening/ To me because/ Something is rattling/ Inside of me/ To move my spirit up/ Through the top/ Of my bald head, / And it's hot!/ It's like a volcano burning/ Somewhere between my soul/ And my pancreas/ And I gotta ride it/ Up through my stomach/ Past my emotions/ Quick!/ Light some incense/ Place it on the altar of my shoulder./ Fan the flames./ This might take a while" - "Breaking the Voodoo."

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About the author (2001)

Liebler is a faculty member at Wayne State University and founding director of the YMCA National Writer's Voice Project of Metro Detroit.

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