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Today's word is "Aurora" and comes from a poem of the same name! Have you heard this word before? How does this word relate to or affect you? Tell us in the comments below!
We who are weak and wonderful, wicked, bewildered, wistful and wild
are saying direct Good mornings through the fever.
It is the giant-hour.
Nothing less than gianthood will do:
nothing less that mover, prover, shover, cover, lever, diver,
for giant tacklings, overturnings, new
that will involve, that will involve us all.
We say direct Good-mornings through the fever. across the brooding obliques, the somersaults, ashes, across the importances stylishly killed: across the edited bias. the waffling of woman. the structured rejection of blackness. Ready for ways. windows: remodeling spirals; closing the hot cliches. Unwinding witchcraft. Opening to sun. - Gwendolyn Brooks
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