Five years ago this week, a tropical storm became a hurricane. That hurricane was named Katrina, and by the time she had hit the Gulf Coast, we all knew her name. One of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history, Katrina laid bare the unnatural ripple effects of American racism and poverty. Today, many New Orleans residents are still trying to rebuild their lives, with little help from the government. Sunni Paterson, acclaimed poet and proud Crescent City native, is still struggling with the effects of the hurricane, but her resilience is stronger than a levee. In this piece, she tells of her home - before and after, literal and biblical - and why she stays.