Poetry: In Memory of Libya Again!

I’ve heard stories that churned my insides Of poverty, war, lips and limbs maimed Of a city where a head had a price The sun and moon set not for the wise Sky, covered in red, green and black...

A Subtle Way To Die

This is how we die Subtly First, peel off your feet from love then hurt the sun by piercing its eyes. If there’s still water in its heart, shake the skies remove the daffodils around your lies say...

My Kind of Freedom

The plants can grow where they choose to sprout The birds can live where they decide to perch The wind can blow east to west or not The blue clouds cover every inch of the sky The rule of law does...

On my mind

I have chosen to sleep at night But “assumptions” stresses my mind. Why will you say before you ask Or ask after you must have said? There are some wrongs that can be right But you can’t unring a...

For December

#DelightfulDecember When this delight jingles a bell My heart takes a break and a breath See, this December smells like myrrh, Burns like frankincense And looks like the fresh leaves of Aloes This...

Woman Will Win

Where I’m from, Men ruled Till the first girl came with a brain The next followed with a better will, and the last exchanged hers for a library If given room, she can build a house It’s pure magic, a...

Today I am grateful

Soft thumps within my chest Easy breaths of sweet breeze Bountiful amount of joy to enjoy Less worries, fewer wars The blood that spurs me to life Blood, kin, and friends alike The glow; spark, smile...