Tilt my head up the starry sky cuff my chin The full moon lunars Oceanic breezes sail across my face Taste the tsunami As we draw closer, planets begin to align our lips touch Sparkling comets flare Supernova explode in nebulas nearby Big bang theory is remarkable Then I open my eye Watch your constellations in the sky Continue reading Andromeda’s kiss (Day 26)
I created and published a local literary zine / guide book in Sacramento that has been in circulation for six months. It is called Iambic. Click here to head over to the Iambic Tab. I never thought I would be a magazine publisher but here is why I did it. This article below was added to Iambic issue 6: Downtown Sacramento offers dozen of venues for art events. Second … Continue reading Iambic: 6 months as a publisher
Cristian wrote a compelling blog post on the lone writer. It is what 98% of all writers do. Any writing profession has a person writing alone. I struggle with this because it is an antisocial state of mind. I enjoy the emotional release I get when I write but, you are left with a choice: do I let someone read this and give me feedback or do … Continue reading Lone Writer Online
My computer can lose everything except: My Picture folder Nestled on my desktop screen, My Pictures folder is my little large gallery. A gallery of a scattered past: My father’s last photo My first child’s confused look at a camera My second child’s confused look at me My brothers’ nights out My self-portraits My self-portraits You don’t realize how much change until gleams at your former self. … Continue reading Day 25: My Picture Folder
Happy 420 to all you weed smokers out there online. Today is the counterculture weed celebration. I don’t smoke, but I know too many smokers that enjoy the benefits for many reasons. 420 is a coined term by the Waldos in San Rafael and has nothing to do with a penal code. But, It is funny how many penal code are added to society’s vocabulary. But for a … Continue reading April 20th
History I just finish reading Webster article on the history of the word “poet.” It states the words early origin was Greek (poiete) and it meant “maker”. Then the 15th century, English Speakers put the word “poet” in a high esteem role in the English language in association with God. It, finally, evolved to word maker to speakers and writers of poetry. ‘Poet’ comes from a Greek word meaning “to make.” … Continue reading Poet are Makers. Literally.
Blades of grass are Samurai to the arbor Shoguns Invaders attack with sheer number or powerful force But the shogun still stands As Grass samurai sacrifice their lives everyday. Continue reading Day 5 – Blades of grass (nature)
I was excited to have an interview done on me. I like to thank Izzy Lala for doing an interview on me and my poetry pieces. It was an amazing experience to see me from someone else’s point of view. Plus, I started to understand the image that I projected publicly. The statement of being a tone setter is interesting since I, primarily, sign up as the first poet that starts the show. … Continue reading My Interview
I am a Christian with devilish intention. a supporter of religious coexistence who like having Jewish pussy for Christmas. Continue reading Christmas poem
MY EMCEE (MC) SIDE
Birth of an Emcee
My first love for hip-hop was Emceeing. I enjoyed writing poems and proses in school about nature and personal things. But, I was a 10 years old kid with cable. MTV was one of the most watched channels in my house. While I enjoyed watching Brit-pop and Heavy Metal, Hip-Hop started to appear. I found vocalist who did not sing but spoke in rhymes. I thought it was the greatest thing!