Words as Seeds by Tanaya Winder | Poetry Magazine
"This teaching experience cracks me open. I need to do something to acknowledge the traumas we share. You can’t just split a person open and then leave them raw, exposed."
tanayawinder  writing  teaching  children  life  nativeamerican 
july 2018
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