Charles Whitmore January 26, 2017
Move it along move it along pack your gear and move it along pick up your bed your tattered cart your plastic roof and mobile home move it along leave this street and skip the next an urban camp won’t give you rest move on to homes that pass the test Parade towards rescue missions and crowd within the shelters be gone from sight, and smell, and sense we all want you sequestered move it along you won’t find rest, you can’t resist the city’s forceful fist has tightened with flashing lights and riot suits you’re forced to flee while frightened so see if you’ll prevail and find some peaceful sleep or rest your head upon the ground, or street, or bench without the comfort of a bed
Bio: Charles is a second year psychiatry resident at the University of Colorado. He’s interested in homeless outreach, child psychiatry, and treating substance use disorders. This poem was written after witnessing the many ways Denver police have forced homeless persons off the streets and out of view of tourists visiting downtown.
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