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Radio Poets 4/1
Radio Poets: Sara Trujillo
Sara Trujillo is a student at San Francisco's Leonard Flynn 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 Moetry Month.
“Blue Is Me”
I smell sky,
Blue feels like a feather.
Birds can be blue.
Most of the time,
It is mostly a big, moon whale.
Blue could be the sound of wind,
It’s like a whisper.
I see the darkest water in the ocean
Through the living room window.
I hear the husky howling
In the Alaskan snow, I can
See the reflection of blue
On his fur.
Blue is me.
When I come home from school,
I see my family happy.
That always makes me
(Music: "Visions" by the SFJAZZ Collective)