Poem by Nina Padolf
More Than Just Food For Thought
Hunger has no borders, it impacts all ages in many places.
Besides many living from paycheck to paycheck
or who may have not yet to received unemployment, whatever the reason,
hunger is a reality for many.
Let’s stop dividing each other into categories.
This is not the time to argue over basic human needs.
Humanity doesn’t ask why, rather it asks us to share
and provide food without questions.
Here is the link to Nina reading her poem on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcmgUT2m-Kc&feature=youtu.be
Nina Padolf, EdD. co-edited: Nasty Women and Bad Hombres Poetry Anthology, (Lascaux Editions, 2017);Is It Hot In Here Or Is it Just Me?: Women Over Forty Write on Aging, (Social Justice Anthologies, Amazon, 2019) and poetry has appeared in various journals such as Chiron’s Review and Ekphrastic Review. She is currently working on a memoir which explores growing up adopted, overcoming difficulty in school, and the unfortunate murder of her sister.
Now more than ever
These poems have been submitted to the call for poetry "Now more than ever"