Feeling Some Type of Way: Such as These and Other Poems

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2011 - Poetry - 252 pages
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Poignant and spirited, Feeling Some Type of Way is a passionate collection of poetry and prose. Moving effortlessly between the classic and the experimental, the words feel like big city summers and country campfires. Self-discovery, humor, womanhood, relationships, urban mythos, protests, and LOVE are all found here. These poems are intimate yet candid; meant to be spoken. These stories are all of ours, meant to be shared.
 

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Contents

Morning Breath
9
Botheration
23
Welcome
37
Air Ballin
63
Recession
77
Crush
91
Bust
105
1 7
121
Besties
187
Pin
189
Keen
193
FREE
197
Prism i
199
Spare Change
201
Splash
203
As Fault
205

Backlash
137
3
153
SHE So She
159
Cast
163
Come Again
165
Forernother
169
Grapevine
171
Tipping
175
Disappearing
177
Bygones
183
OnceOver
207
Scrape
211
Sycamore Trees
215
SayS0
219
Upkeep
221
Swap Meet
223
Chase
227
Rising
229
Gentrification
231
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Angela Ford Johnson is a poet and writer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, known affectionately as angie writes. Constantly lending her energy to the encouragement and inspiration of others, Angie uses her art to uplift and inform. Her work takes a deeper look at the perspectives of the underrepresented, finding new ways to build platforms between the personal, the political and popular culture.

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