Poverty is dangerous it puts you in places you should not be living with people who do not love you or like you or want you there who hurt you and choke you or only want to fuck you poverty takes your dignity kicks you out on the street with your wants desire jealousy poverty … Continue reading A poem “Poverty is…..”
Hello there people of the internet. Now that I've decompressed it's time for an update on my WOWPS experience. The people I met were amazing! I connected with poets from around the world like Maddie Godfrey and went to some awesome readings. I met Sara Eve Fermin, Wil Gibson, and Erin dingle at the visible … Continue reading I AM #88!
Dear everyone driving in Cascadia. There is a sacred driving formula that you will need to drive without road rage, anxiety, or wasting your gas and time. It is the pulse of I5, the heartbeat of Seattle and Portland. There are between 4-6 hours a day that you can't drive I5 or in Seattle proper … Continue reading Dear everyone driving in Cascadia
Dear People of The Internet, I have a favor to ask. You see, I recently won the Olympia People's Mic Women Of The World Poetry Slam qualifier. Photo credit: Ryan Harris That's an actual picture of me crying when I won, and Rachel Greene being a supportive awesome person. So now, I am asking for … Continue reading Send Lennee to WOWPS
So new year new shows new places to eat new blog post here we go. So I was in Seattle last week. I checked out a beautiful venue, the Columbia City Theater, with my friend and fellow performer The Big Funny Travis Simmons. That's a picture of Travis with the event poster at the venue. … Continue reading Morsels in Seattle
Top ten reasons the family shelter on the Eastside of Olympia is better than the motel 6 on the south side of Chicago #1 the shelter has a piano and a fireplace in the lobby it's warm, inviting, and kinda classy you will find none of that sh!t at the motel 6 on the south … Continue reading Top ten reasons the family shelter on the Eastside of Olympia is better than the motel 6 on the Southside of Chicago
I had the honor of facilitating 2 poetry workshops at NOVA in Seattle this week. The students were very engaged. I hope I get to come back there. Here's a poem from the environmental workshop a student created. The prompt was to write a poem about a walk in your environment. Thank you Harrison for … Continue reading Environmental poetry workshop