By BELLA LEVAVI
Published: 7/24/2022 3:03:34 PM
Modified: 7/24/2022 3:00:32 PM
GREENFIELD — Kimberly “Kemah” Wilson started her poetry reading by keeping the mood light with a song about meatballs.
From this song, the Greenfield resident transported listeners across a variety of topics including LGBTQ pride, racism and America’s future.
Wilson presented her reading at The LAVA Center on Saturday afternoon. Most people in the crowd knew Wilson personally and said they were touched by her work.
“The pieces had such a span of thought and insight,” commented Wilson’s friend, Mindy Bragon.