Our oral stories

I felt I was in the moment of silence because I was shy, a little bit social
and my identity has been changing for the better and worst of me.

I was never rejected not because I have a disability,
I just didn't want to talk to people in high school.
because I was shy, and anti-social and I wanted to be by myself.

I have a story to tell about myself and my surroundings,
I keep it real about myself as a human being
and I have many things to control myself and not to worry
what other people think of me.
- Lenin Dominguez

This poem is a response to hardtruth #86:

#86, resist how we are framed

Hear the author of hardtruth #86 read this poetic response:

Hugh Ryan reads Our oral stories 

Get Lit Poets respond to this hardtruth #86:

Get Lit Poets respond to hardtruth 86 

See Alex Juhasz respond in Podcast form to hardtruth #86:

Alex Juhasz responds in Podcast form to hard truth #86 resist how we are framed

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