Reacquainted With Life

Reacquainted With Life KOKUMO s poetry is what happens when survivors spit sperm and other bodily excretions in the face of those who abuse them KOKUMO s poetry is what happens when Aunt Jemima becomes Rambo KOKUMO s poet

  • Title: Reacquainted With Life
  • Author: KOKUMỌ
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
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  • KOKUMO s poetry, is what happens when survivors spit sperm and other bodily excretions in the face of those who abuse them KOKUMO s poetry, is what happens when Aunt Jemima becomes Rambo KOKUMO s poetry, is what happens when the piece of shit you stepped in, corporealizes then knocks you the fuck out And no Resilience, has never sounded sexier.

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    1 thought on “Reacquainted With Life”

    1. My review is finally up on Bogi Reads the World - "This is a slim collection, just 64 pages altogether, but it packs a huge punch (and a kick, and a shove, and a hug)." Read the whole review here:bogireadstheworld/poet

    2. I'm a big fucking fan of authors whose reading/performance style is a crucial layer to their written word. Here is another book of poetry that I picked up entirely due to the fact that her readings of the poems knocked me out when I saw her live. Authors who can perform their work with such power are everything. It would be amazing if there was an audiobook of this (is there?). Regardless of whether you get to see her read live or not, this is a slim volume. People who don't even like poetry or [...]

    3. I feel like it might be powerful to hear some of these pieces read aloud. And the commas placed in weird places make me think that's how these works are probably intended to be experienced anyway. I ultimately just didn't feel very affected by it and I think that's because I'm really specific about the poetry I read. My attempt to explore poetry outside Sexton, Plath, and Olds is off to a rocky start.

    4. I've never heard Kokumo at a reading but it's absolutely on my bucket list. Reacquainted with Life feels conversational--which only elevates the emotional intensity. She code-switches freely throughout the text and brings a breadth of experience that feels completely fresh. The thing I appreciate the most about Kokumo is her voice. Kokumo's confidence is resilient and bold but her self-assuredness never feels artificial; rather it feels rightfully earned.When did community become a form of curre [...]

    5. This collection of poems steams forward with brutal beauty. I only wish that more people reading it could also hear KOKUMO's voice, because as alive as the words are on the page, in her voice, they are the sun.

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