Poetry and Politics: The Rhythm of Revolution

The Rhythm of Revolution. The Intersection of Pain and Love

  • Introductions

    July 31, 2019 by

    Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Hello World. I have recently stepped back from Facebook and most social media. Because of specific circumstances and latent longings I’ve taken a break from the artificial distractions of life. Well, some of them at least. With less distraction and more free time I’ve re-immersed… Read more

  • Why, Boy?

    September 9, 2019 by

    What have your dreams done for you, boy? You still live in a world you hate What has your romantic idealism done for you, boy? It’s given you nothing but a broken heart Why did you ever reach out in excitement boy? You should have known you’d come back empty handed Why did you dare… Read more

  • What’s Wrong?

    August 23, 2019 by

    How could you ask me, “What’s wrong?” Do you not know? How could you not know? I shouldn’t be angry. You don’t owe me a thing. But I find being angry is easier than being hurt. It gives me a channel for my pain.

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