Category Archives: political poetry
see how politics works? it’s all about imagery, soundbytes and short statements. look at george bush make a televised statement here in march 2007. what is the purpose of having an airline stewardess, some army generals, a young man in a … Continue reading
searching for what? ARTiculating memories, recalling mental images, embedding energy now connecting with rhymes. i saw the magnetic fields pulling me and my earth towards you, a star, a massive ball of hydrogen and helium in the center of “our” solar … Continue reading
NOTES FROM THE ARAB SPRING: WHAT DOES NOVEMBER BRING? across the river nile: the center for the uprising in egypt: tahrir square in cairo. located across the river nile from the pyramids of giza. muslims, egyptians, arabs and middle easterns. … Continue reading
hey Americans! read this article from the New York Times about the movement taking place in New York City and across the country. (it began across the globe) http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/06/nyregion/major-unions-join-occupy-wall-street-protest.html?_r=1&hp “We have to look for sparks wherever they are. It could … Continue reading
let us examine some of the platitudes we heard tonight in the republican debate: “i believe in america. i believe in freedom. i love this country. i believe in the principles that make this country the hope of the earth.” … Continue reading
saul williams encouraging us to self-actualize. many miss the message who can’t recognize the wisdom offered within tightly connected poetically infused sentences. reclaim the present. determine the future at this very moment.
god bless the firefighters and the people in the planes that crashed. god blessed the writers of the fire who wrote poems that last. god bless the theorists who dare to search the past for clues to the truth beneath … Continue reading