“A Eulogy for My Father” is a long citational poem that integrates various writing techniques, such as writing and rewriting, autoethnography, prose, vignette, and citation. Following Mexican poet Sara Uribe, this poem acts as a “sounding board” that allows for the exploration of pain, disenfranchised grief, and trauma. Ultimately, the poem seeks to engage in a critical dialogue that questions the meaning of a “good death.”

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