Title of Abstract

“Losing Her god and Singing in May”: A Creative Piece

Poster Number

04

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Department

English

Faculty Mentor

Evelyne Weeks, M.A.

Abstract

This poem is a detailed look into the life of a female who has been worshipping her ability to live a double life. Its intensity and penetratingly explicit illustration heightens as she unexpectedly comes face to face with the internal force that has been dictating her decisions all along. She longs to be purified of the evil within, but to no avail. Ultimately, she must maintain her dainty facade while loathing the very breath she breathes.

Previously Presented/Performed?

The Anthology: Winthrop University’s Art and Literary Magazine, 2016

Start Date

22-4-2016 12:00 PM

End Date

22-4-2016 2:00 PM

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“Losing Her god and Singing in May”: A Creative Piece

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This poem is a detailed look into the life of a female who has been worshipping her ability to live a double life. Its intensity and penetratingly explicit illustration heightens as she unexpectedly comes face to face with the internal force that has been dictating her decisions all along. She longs to be purified of the evil within, but to no avail. Ultimately, she must maintain her dainty facade while loathing the very breath she breathes.