[PW] Desperately looking for a poem about women supporting each other.
karen.weiss2 at verizon.net
Tue Jun 9 21:47:42 PDT 2015
I think Janis Winn has something here. “Who’s Got Us” is a poem by Anida Yoeu Esguerra in _Voices of Resistance: Muslim Women on War, Faith and Sexuality_ by Sarah Husain, editor. I was able to view the last verse in Amazon and I quote,
“sister / woman—
spread your wings across the horizon
take flight past the heavens
and we will catch each other when we fall.”
In a Google search there was a result about the video on reddit but the entry had been removed.
On Jun 8, 2015, at 8:14 AM, Janis Winn <jcwinn at utica.edu> wrote:
> I searched reddit with no luck. As a long shot -- YouTube has this:
> "Who's Got Us" https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=107&v=-W0Oetr-qOo
> Janis C. Winn, MLS
> Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library <http://www.facebook.com/GannettLibUC>
> Utica College - 1600 Burrstone Road
> Utica, NY 13502 (315)792-3351
> jcwinn at utica.edu
> On Sat, Jun 6, 2015 at 10:35 AM, Howto Sayno <howtosaynoreddit at gmail.com>
>> It's a poem I saw on reddit probably last year some time I don't even
>> remember which subreddit though.
>> It is a poem about women supporting each other and towards the end or maybe
>> even at the very end there is a line that says something like we weave our
>> hands together to catch each other when we are falling. Or something like
>> that I just have a vague notion of it in my mind I know it involved women
>> catching each other acting like a net or a nest or something along those
>> It's like trying to remember a dream from long ago it made a real
>> impression on me but I can't recall the details at all.
>> A friend of mind is going through some really hard times and I thought it
>> would be a great poem to share with her. I thought I had it saved but I
>> didn't and I've been looking for a few days with no luck. I've posted about
>> it on r/tipofmytongue and r/poetry too but with no luck. If you have any
>> idea what it might be I would really appreciate that!
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