Jacqueline Jules

Jacqueline Jules
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Jacqueline Jules is the author of Field Trip to the Museum, a collection of narrative poems in the voice of an 18-year-old girl who travels away from self-destructive behavior to a new understanding of herself. Her poetry has been published in numerous places, including Germ Magazine, Cicada, YARN, and The Poetry Friday Anthologies. She is also the author of several books for young readers. Visit www.jacquelinejules.com.

And now I seek comfort in the song of a bird, the bloom of a rose, the smell of sidewalk after a hot rain. What in the...

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