Poetry: Because My Classroom Flooded Again

Poem by April Ojeda Photo by Zoltan Tasi (Unsplash)     Jonah rises,  Homeless again.  Flooded and flushed  From out my rain-drunk, sunken roof.  Another blind, unbridled deluge Chases me on like some  Holy messenger.   Jonah rages  At the storm-swept sky,  Pushes, unnatural in panic,  Far, far away from belligerent crowds That don’t deserve you … Read More Poetry: Because My Classroom Flooded Again