Black Siren

From the sea he sees me on my rock ...perched, he thinks, like a delicate song bird chittering, lovely, on the most outstretched branch of a tree, riding out a lively wind with grace, simply, and yet wondrously. No, dear mariner, This siren who catches your eye today, who captivates your mind from one thousand... Continue Reading →

in love with love (getting with it)

She's a romantic She's a [day] dreamer Looks every eligible guy in the eye and becomes a believer That he sees her and might be the keeper To keep her, in the next chapter she's ever promised is the "happy end"-- or at least "a valuable life experience to have under one's belt". She talks the talk of... Continue Reading →

Brothers & Friends

This piece is in recognition of Black History Month and intended to be watched and heard, as a performance. As it is not intended to be read to oneself, the full meaning of each word or phrase, each with its intended tone, volume, and accompanying body language or pause, cannot be realized in the format... Continue Reading →

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