NaPoWriMo - day #15

Mid-month check-in, friends. It's feels serendipitous that NaPoWriMo lands in April, a month that I expect to be emotionally charged regardless of whatever else many come up. And man, have things come up. Something has been in the air this month, something I'll definitely write about once I feel like it's run it's course... and that time hasn't come yet. For now, I am doing my best to pay attention and write my little poems. This challenge has been so personally liberating and to have been told my writing, both the act of it and the work itself, has inspired other insanely talented people I know -- that's probably the best thing thus far. Thank you all for reading, truly and sincerely. 

Today's poem is courtesy of the NaPoWriMo prompt: Write about something you have no interest in. Sending love to all.

I have no interest / in a world run without love
/ in a god that has a gender / or a garden with
a fence / No interest in the sounds made by the past /
if we refuse to listen / with new ears / or in blames
wrongly placed / on those who are the victims / and
least of all / I have no interest / in the belief that this
life / could never be more / than what is right now