Bio: Hayden is Poet Laureate and Professor of Humanities, receiving the Professor of the Year and League for Innovation Teaching Excellence Awards. Her chapter, Saunter Like Muir, was published in Eco pedagogies: Practical Approaches to Experiential Learning (2022). Additionally, many of her poems have been published in literary journals, in both print and online.She lives on a farm with her family with dogs, cats, goats, pigs, chickens, and a duck named Dorothy.
Memento Mori As a kid, you put your tongue-tied faith in crashing waves, hidden street shadows of broken vows You put it in harmful, violent words, wasted truth, red velvet, trivial tea for two You put it in adobe prayers, believers, theory forgivers flesh and bone pay the price Now, you put it in your golden crown of silence, lessons learned a place to sit still in the snow
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Thank you so much! Looks great on your page against the black too. Thanks for the support!