National Poetry Month 2020

As a way to celebrate April's National Poetry Month, the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program recognizes poets, both locally and artists celebrated worldwide. Students, teachers and community members share a poem in which they have written or a piece that is near and dear to their heart.

"The Light Ahead"

by Genevieve Vickers | April 2020

"When You Want Something Hot to Drink"

by Levi Roeser | April 2020

"The Beginning of the End of the World" Read by Raleigh Burleigh

by Lucille Clifton | April 2020

"Want" Read by Renee Prince

by Carrie Fountain | April 2020

"Life Doesn't Frighten Me at All" Read by Meghan Currier

by Maya Angelou | April 2020

"Letters to a Young Poet" Read by Megan Passmore

by R. M. Rilke | April 2020

"Sick" Read by Cassidy Willey

by Shel Silverstein | April 2020

"For the Interim Time" Read By Kate Collins

by John O'Donohue | April 2020

"For Sale" Read by Sara Porter

by Shel Silverstein | April 2020

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