Vintage Poetry Series

Vintage Poetry Series

Not of This World (Excerpt) Please don’t be afraid as I tell you a secret, Of emotions this  human tongue can reveal, I may be in this World, but I’m not of this World, This world as we know it is not real. Oh sure… I could be the form of a million atoms, A gay gender...
Contemporary Poetry Series

Contemporary Poetry Series

Echoes in Red (Excerpt) Fury is the dart You throw to my heart When you fail to see I Am U But should I bruise The ruse Is that you are really killing yourself Hoping that I may die splendidly But mentally You can’t want for me What you don’t want for yourself Since...
Vintage Poetry Series

Short Stories

The Rain Dance (excerpt) On the other side of me, a stern woman sat beside me dressed in lima bean Chanel.  The Bible was pressed tightly in her hand, and every other word of her mouth was  “Amen.” I think her name was Ms. Johnson, or at least that seemed to be the...
Contemporary Poetry Series

Reflections

Sporty Tongues I don’t know when it began, but poetry has become a sport. I always thought it was disingenuous to see art used as a competitive medium, but there are a number of contests to see who can “battle on the mic.”  Poetry is the channeling of Spirit. If I am...
Vintage Poetry Series

The Ballad of Joel A. Brown, Part 1

People would say: Bro…you need to share And I thought: Boy that sounds nice People would say: Bro…you need to share And I thought: boy…a compliment made twice And people would say: Bro…you need to share You got a lot of rhythm and spice And I thought: Hmmm…let me be...