Joana Smith’s Secret Poetic Mommy Re-volution.

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on Nov 11, 2008
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What’s the revolution all about? I don’t rightly know, either—but I can tell I like it. Joana Smith will be filling in the details in her upcoming arty poetic lovely mommyful blogs. ~ Waylon Lewis, ed.

Today it was raining, so Abilene Plum and I stayed inside. We ate some honey, we danced to Billie Holiday,  and we found something truly amazing, right under our own roof!

It was a poem made from scraps, trash and old photos…but don’t get me wrong, it was beautiful! It talked about recycling and America! Turning visions into reality. Making peace using the stuff around you and being free.

What shall we do with such a gift? We must take it out, and let the world see The Revolution of the Mommies. We will continue this madness: be bold doves, rollerblade behind strollers, bust some stereotypes, and fight injustice!

Light a candle and say a prayer…this is going to be one mother of a revolution!

Joana Smith
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Listen to the same tunes that abilene plum & mommy are listening to on Chautauqua Radio.


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3 Responses to “Joana Smith’s Secret Poetic Mommy Re-volution.”

  1. admin says:

    Waylon (and friends),

    Really great!! Very cool. Love it. You just got Revolution of the Mommies back in the running, PLUS a little plug for Elephant on our contest forum:)

    Here’s the link:
    Get your friends to vote by submitting comments or using the star rating on our site! You have two days.


  2. chandler says:

    Keep it up Jo!
    yer the best!