Heidi Seaborn

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After/Math

Nepal + 7.8Mw Gorkha Earthquake = 9k dead, 22k injured

2 planes + 6 terrorists = 2,996 dead
NYC

Hurricane @ Level 4 + Florida + 8 million w/o power = 26 deaths ±

6 years drought * 3 month mean 500 hPa height and anomaly (climate change-enhanced rain) = $1billion in flood damage

London + Paris + Brussels * ∞ terrorists = x*∞ deaths

Walls ≠ a society that ƒ

Mw 9.2 earthquake + >500 km/h TTT + 80 ft height tsunami waves ≈ 280k deaths in South East Asia

9 State + 2 provinces < 3 million acres on fire monitored by 200 heat orbiting thermal sensors

Refugees ≥ Citizens

1 year drought in East Africa = ± 40 million people at risk of death due to food shortages

War ÷ people

 

 

BIO

Heidi Seaborn starting writing poetry in 2016. Since then her work has appeared in over 40 journals and anthologies including Nimrod International Journal (2017 Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry semi-finalist), The New Guard (2017 Knightville Prize semi-finalist), Penn Review, Timberline, Gravel (Best of Net nominee), American Journal of Poetry, as the political pamphlet Body Politic (Mount Analogue Press), on a Seattle bus and in her forthcoming chapbook Finding My Way Home (Finishing Line Press). She is on the editorial staff of The Adroit Journal and lives in Seattle.

 

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