A Poem about Adhocracy

I spent this past weekend attending and volunteering at Vitalstatistix’s Adhocracy 2019. Maybe I’ll do a full write-up later, but suffice to say, the weekend was incredible.

This year was Adhocracy’s 10th birthday, though it was my first time attending. A friend wrote a poem about the weekend and encouraged me to do the same (and to submit it to Let Me Tell You, a project documenting and commemorating a decade of Adhocracy).

So I did.

The end arrives like an arrow to a target
First, you let go. We carry the rocks back
to the river. And we go home.
— Samantha Schaffer, A Warm September Evening