The Transplant

by Sara Ibrahim, D.C.

When did this city

fold into the palm of my hand?

When did its lines

become a part of me?

When did I come to know

its faces?

when it sleeps

and when it wakes.

When did I see its beauty clearly?

When did my ears open to hear

a drumbeat

of a transplanted heart called home?

Book stack of reads for National Poetry Month at Busboys and Poets

Celebrate Poetry Month with Busboys and Poets

We celebrate poetry every day in our spaces. From the art, to the books, to our Tribe (several who are poets!), poetry surrounds us and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Whether it’s an Open Mic Night or just grabbing a few books of poetry to read, there’s no wrong way to celebrate with … Continued