Call Us What We Carry is a poetry collection with emphases on the pandemic and BLM movement. I enjoyed a great deal of the poems and appreciated the historical facts and statistics. My only criticism is that the collection went on far too long. After a while, the pieces repeated themselves with little to no added value. I would have preferred this much more if it had been half the length.
Here are my two favorite quotes:
"We mourn the past more than we miss it." - from "In the Deep"
"What endures isn't always what escapes/& what is withered can still withstand." - from "Cordage, or Atonement"