I meet a fine Lady, too late in my life Can play an ugly part To entice and excite my loins Dr. Beh is going away bbbb Ne'er to lie another day was just a bore and a whore music is healing nothing but a big fat snore purple adult spots dance across the ceiling The tip of my tounge is not sharp, But it is split into to two. Or is this world much too sublime? I am no longer in my prime, Just like a soda and lime I'm never going to take a leak again chocolate because my eye is gouged with a pen fanny pack wet drink fifty times longer than she was corduroy rumbledethumbs who in the world do you think?
Her poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews have been published widely. It explores questions of belonging and mistaken identity growing up in the South as the first-generation American daughter of a Dutch mother and an Indian father.
I am curious about how you see the intersection between being a naturopathic physician and a writer. First I should say I have not actually started practicing. After I graduated, I took time off to write my first novel before starting my practice.
To answer this question: I see stories running through the two paths. How whatever we pay attention to in our own lives whether that be as a patient, a writer or a doctor informs how we move through our lives.
At this point I am not sure how writing will impact the naturopathic practice. In terms of the other way around, I deliberately avoided getting degrees in literature because I wanted a career path that was something different from writing that could then inform my writing.
I did study with Deborah Digges, briefly.
I was born into an allopathic medical family. My father is a cardiologist, my mother is an RN. I joke that medicine was probably my first or second language. It took me awhile to come to terms with becoming a doctor myself. But it was always there — my love of medicine and the terminology that goes with it.
Tell me about your current project as a Jack Straw Writer. I have a lot of respect for both my parents in the medical fields.
My father was voted the top cardiologist in the area so that was the identity thrust upon me. In writing that book I was trying to get out of that identity but I still had to address the different roots.
Just in the last few years I found myself writing essays addressing what it meant to be a person of color who passes for white. Now I want to take my work to an even deeper level in addressing this. I think a lot of that comes out of reading authors like Claudia Rankine.
An American Lyric is so powerful. My story is not the same at all.Portrait Poem #6. Poetry deals with the emotions, just as music.
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