Iowa Writes

YORIK AGUILAR-ROSALES
My Worst Days


Someone I love dying, that would be the worst day.
Someone special going away, that would be the worst day.
Losing my friends, that would be the worst day.
Losing my siblings, that would be the worst day.
I know these days will visit me,
My future fears are
                                        going
                                                      to
                                                                come.

About Iowa Writes

Since 2006, Iowa Writes has featured the work of Iowa-identified writers (whether they have Iowa roots or live here now) and work published by Iowa journals and publishers on The Daily Palette. Iowa Writes features poetry, fiction, or nonfiction twice a week on the Palette.

In November of 2008, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated Iowa City, Iowa, the world's third City of Literature, making the community part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

Iowa City has joined Edinburgh, Scotland and Melbourne, Australia as UNESCO Cities of Literature.

Find out more about submitting by contacting iowa-writes@uiowa.edu


YORIK AGUILAR-ROSALES

Yorik Aguilar-Rosales is in the seventh grade at South East Junior High School in Iowa City. "My Worst Days" was selected for the 2007 Poetry in Public project, sponsored by the Iowa City Public Art Program. Now in its fifth year, Poetry in Public displays poems by local writers of all ages in Iowa City buses, downtown kiosks, and select public buildings from April (National Poetry Month) through the fall.

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on October 25, 2007

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