The Wanderer

Collaboration piece, co written with Aston Kamunde at https://astonkamunde.wordpress.com/ My contributions are in bold Sometimes I wonder if anyone’s watching how despair torments  the lone wanderer      Under the quiet moonlight   a currency of shadows   encircles him   sinking him deeper and deeper   the surface of life is on the verge […]

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It’ll remain infinite

Witnessing the infinite birth of a new night, Resting my weary head dreaming for us all to see better days, But many setbacks have become a hindrance, In disappointment I’ve noticed depictions and statements of self hate on all levels, Tuning into the recurrence of young lives being perished onto concrete deathbeds while dried blood […]

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Accumulation

It seems as if every time I think something is complete There is some bullshit accumulating underneath the surface, With that said the accumulation will commence, I’ve realized repeatedly that complacency can lead to a heavy burden on your conscious, We remain unaware due to constantly being surrounded and distracted by nonsense, Perplexing questions with […]

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Voices behind the words : An interview series with writers (Interview #12, Jonah Finn of Crime Poetry)

Welcome readers to another entry on “Voices behind the words: An interview series with words. This is the 2nd time I’ve had a trifecta of writer interviews on this series. The other time was in February. I digress, this time around I spoke with the poet Tim Miller, who has begun writing crime poems under […]

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The end was in the beginning

This is a poem I wrote that is inspired by the masterpiece novel that I finished reading this past week titled Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison. This is not an in dept recap of the events in detail, so there are no spoilers or anything given away explicitly. You would have to read the book […]

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