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Musings poetry Uncategorized


By on July 13, 2016

Let’s dance with the ghosts of yesterday,
Precipitation of our charred memories
Sired with the milk of the firstborns
And sealed with kisses of angels
Where bellies full of untold misery
Churn deep threads…


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Musings Rants Uncategorized

Why should I?

By on May 17, 2016

So many whys than how(s)

They said this paper is my ticket,
My ticket from poverty,
A hallway to victory;
An expressway to Canaan-
the land of manna, flowing with milk and honey

They say this vote:
This vote is my arsenal, shield and sword,
The magic key to the wonderland on my backyard
The wonderland with no…


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poetry Randoms Uncategorized

GOD: The Artist

By on April 15, 2016

God is good.
He thrives in details
From the complexion of the eyes
To the last strand of hair,
To the number of stars in the galaxy
to the wee bits of sand.
his spirit is wind,
blows to wherever it wishes: unpredictable, unhinged
He paints the skies with a medley of colors;
shades of orange with a…


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Memoirs poetry Uncategorized

New Flower

By on March 7, 2016

Real beauty is ugly
Like a buried seed about to sprout
Life in these streets;
is like holding a fart
in front of your crash
I wanted to write a memoir
Of this new flower;
Flowing with promise
and mystery
hushed miseries
whispered failures
and shouted victories
but who am I to stand


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Musings poetry Rants Uncategorized


By on February 29, 2016

Let’s talk;
about love and hate, and the in-between
Let’s talk about the madness of our times
Let us talk about heaven and hell
Talk about God, and gods,
Demons and saitan,
The fall of angels,
The fall of man,
Redemption of the sinner, and
the struggle of the saints;
About religion and spirituality
Let us talk about lies,
For truth…


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Love and Beauty Men and Women poetry Uncategorized

Forget the Cliches; at least for Once

By on February 14, 2016

I wanted to write you a poem,
For valentine;
Or a song, or a memoir
You know, the type scratched on paper
Naturally horrible handwriting
Sealed with love and a kiss…
But words failed me…
Rhyme went to the dogs,
I couldn’t find the right metaphors,
Or anecdotes, to put it across

I also wanted…


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Musings poetry Uncategorized

…or Walk!

By on February 8, 2016

Some people thrive in the shadows
Vacillating between oblivion
impatience with death and vanity;
Accustomed to the voices of the dark

Light scares them
Or rather light frowns at them
They can’t imagine
If the world saw their Ville
The cobwebs and broken dreams
Dusts of lonesomeness
Grease of their grips on nothings
Sweat and skunk
Marks of bent knees
In prayer…


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poetry Rants Uncategorized

Let’s Paint the Streets with Flags

By on January 30, 2016

High end sirens
Cutting through the evening air
Or the morning serenity,
Sirens of importance,
VVIP arrivals…
Ever had a grand reception?
Even in your dreams?

Souls scamper,
Caught up between time and need
Traffic and uncooked dinner
Fatigue and wishes
An uphill chase of nothings

Souls stand still…


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Prose Randoms Uncategorized

Of Night Walks and Dry Photos

By on January 14, 2016

It is always a busy street, though tonight as I take a walk, it is surprisingly deserted. It is I and my lone shadow and a slight breeze whispering as I trudge home. An occasional car will zoom by, followed by an hollow aftermath of the disrupted void.                                                 At…


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Love and Beauty Memoirs Prose Uncategorized

Memoirs of 2015

By on December 29, 2015

I love stories that begin at the end. Not for anything actually, but for the mere fact that there is hope of something new, a new start. Although there are no actual lines of when, the feel of an again kinda consoles the human soul. This is a simple…

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