Oil Pastel of Woman's Mouth with Vines and the words "above suffering" showing the value of poetry as protest from Kymberlee della Luce
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The Value of Poetry as Protest and Ending Cultural Gaslighting (#5)

The Value of Poetry as Protest

Welcome to another episode of  “Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce”!   In this episode, I reveal some inspirations and talk about the value of poetry as protest, the worth of women and mothers, and how the myths of Henry David Thoreau and Adam Smith support cultural gaslighting.

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Unbridled Expression with Kymberlee della Luce is designed to stimulate and entertain you. Chocked full of thoughts, stories, questions, and advice on topics including everything from creativity, culture and relationships to the experience of being an unbridled woman and artist, it’s intimate, raw, and decidedly unbridled. New episodes every Wednesday (because, Mercury). Kymberlee truly hopes it ends up on your Spotify wrapped as your favorite podcast. Feel free to reach out to her on Twitter or drop a comment below. To listen to any of the past episodes for free, visit this page.

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