word poem: am·​bi·​gu·​i·​ty

am·​bi·​gu·​i·​ty ˌam-bə-ˈgyü-ə-tē 



the quality or state of being ambiguous especially in meaning

“The ambiguity of the poem allows several interpretations.”


a word or expression that can be understood in two or more possible ways an ambiguous word or expression




“If you’ve got to go somewhere, then you better go somewhere far” is text written over a white noise filter of a figure, from El Vy’s “Return from the Moon music video.

Managing ambiguity is a soft skill I knew I needed to learn at work but the challenge is that it involves pushing through and persevering in spite of one of my biggest fears—ambiguity, as in the opposite of clarity.

I always think about the “uncertain” definition of ambiguity but I forgot there was another definition that came first—and that is the space where poetry may surface. I went on this trip to get uncomfortable and challenge my own ways of thinking. I’m going to share more on this website, and on Instagram.