February 11, 2021– “Let me set the scene: I walk up to five men on skateboards next to the statue in Prospect Park, they are hanging between them and I walk over and say, ‘Hey, I wrote a poem about you, for you, can you? Did I read it to you? “Winter Miller is an award-winning writer. She has a master’s degree in playwriting from Columbia University and has written over 70 articles for the New York Times. She shares what happened next (and her poem) here. (185 reads)
To take actionMiller asks in his article: “Why don’t you tell your muse that she is your muse?” Why not count yours today?