In her TED talk, Olivia Gatwood says she writes poems about “girlhood, queerness, [and] shame.” Analyze one of the following poems, focusing on at least two of these elements (whichever two or three apply best): “Ode To Elise in Eighth Grade Health Class,” “The First Shave,” “Lessons on Reaping What You Sew,” “The Anthem I Have Sung,” “Ode To My Period Underwear.” What observations does Gatwood make in this poem about girlhood, queerness, and/or shame?