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Radio Poets 4/24
Radio Poets: Gennesis Galindo
Gennesis Galindo is a student at San Francisco's Hillcrest Elementary School, where she writes poetry and plays soccer as part of the AmericaSCORES program. KALW is proud to bring her voice to the air during National Poetry Month.
By: Gennesis Galindo
Hillcrest Elementary School
My name comes from
the beginning of the Bible.
My name comes from my Mom who named me
because she loves the way it sounds like an angel’s whisper.
My middle name Natasha comes from my Dad,
who plays soccer, his name is Nato and they added –asha to the end.
My name is special
to my family.
My name is hard for people
My name is so long people try
to make it shorter.
My name isn’t always going to be perfect,
but it’s my name. No one can judge it.