Danusha Laméris

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Danusha Laméris 

Poet, teacher and essayist


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Low-residency MFA at Pacifica University

Appearances & Readings

“How lightly we learn to hold hope, as if it were an animal that could turn around and bite your hand. And still we carry it the way a mother would carefully, from one day to the next.”

“Remember? How the dirt glinted and shimmered, how the blind earth once writhed, alive in your hands.”

“How faithful the tide that has carried us–that carries us now–out to sea and back.”

“I want to leave something here in the rough dirt. A twig, a small stone––perhaps this poem––a reminder to begin, again, by listening carefully with the body’s rapt attention––remember? To this, to this.”