Poems and Spoken Word by Lisa Citore
Lisa Citore’s performance poetry is raw, lyrical, and visual, taking readers and audiences on a ride to their deepest desires to set their own authentic expression free.
Her poem, “If You Want to Change the World, Love a Woman,” (2008) has traveled the blogosphere and facebook like wildfire despite Lisa’s complete lack of interest—until recently— in social media or life online. Her poem, “White Noise,” was featured on CNN and in The Wall Street Journal with her picture after performing at the Slam Poetry Nationals (1998), where Lisa was a finalist.
My last period I threw our tv out the window. I hate Saturdays. The kids fight all morning over the Nintendo until I shove them out of the apartment. By the time I clean and grocery shop, I have five minutes to myself before my husband comes home from from work, grabs...