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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Mentioned in this show:
- The Apple TV show “Dickinson”.
- The Feminine-infused poetry of Emily Dickinson.
- The inspiring book Boy on the Edge by Fridrik Erlings.
- Inspiration from writer and actor Alexandra Varriano.
- The Value of Art by Michael Findlay.
- The Billie Eilish documentary, “The World’s a Little Blurry”.
- A powerful and relatable quote from Feminist writer Muriel Rukeyser.
- Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth.
- Walden by Henry David Thoreau.
- Cultural Gaslighting.
- The importance of poetry as protest in The Art of Protest by T.V. Reed.
- A 2012 poem from Kymberlee plus a bonus blessing.
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