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Poem: This Is Your Time

Today’s guest blogger is poet Tara Sophia Mohr from her book Your Other Names. Enjoy!

This Is Your Time

This is your time.
Your time to say what you have kept silent.
Your time to ask your big questions without apology.
Your time to shine like a blazing comet,
whether they like it or not.
Your time to believe what your heart tells you:
that this world could be very different.
Your time to live by your rhythms,
and teach them to the world.
Your time to nurture your village back to health.
Your time to show the world what it has been missing.
Your time to show the world the other side of itself.

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