Collapsing Universe

He speaks the language
He collides the universes
He collapses them all into
Oneness “Ohm” is the sound
Peaceful…resurrecting the
Very cosmos itself all the
Continents, even gaia herself, he
Speaks her language too he knows
Of her songs her love deep in the
Ocean even among her very trees

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“Life Lessons In Dreams Form”

As I awoke into the dream realm
I found I was playing with my toys
As a young boy in the
Living room/kitchen, listening
In a dream to my mother
Giving lessons to Wisdom
My little brother on
How to properly
Live life righteously
As we grow older in
This world…
The lessons were all
In zambian proverbs…
It is only now I truly
Understand them
And live by them
With passion

“Pistol Of Peace”

 

 

When

He speaks

They

Always

Say he’s

From

The mothers

Land;

He explains

As they

Ask this

Afiacan,

In yin

& yang

Signs

Black

& White

Take them

Back home

Again,

His hair

Has grown

Grey

Tired

Of all the

Talk now he’s

Out in the

Real world,

At his last

Bus stop

Going home

Speaking

Poems in

Foreign languages

His only guns

Are his vocal

Cords and

As the wind

Passes through

His barrels of

Peace, they

Will

Echo &

Penetrate

Through

Your soul

When he says

His

Name is………

If Your Human Then Prove It

Once upon a time a man once told me I shouldn’t get dreded up that I should stay clean cut socially acceptable in other words blend in (don’t look like an African American because you’ll look dirty is what it sounded like). I asked why several time but never received an clear explanation just a firm repeat of not to and I thought to myself (I really don’t believe the people who really like me would judge me on my appearance) but this one man did and I open that Pandoras box I did, I stormed out the door as we exchanged ill words towards one another, that is when I began setting that bridge on fire. What your looking at is not only hair or an extension of my soul or personality but my entire rebellion and it didn’t begin with a rose, love it began were these African roots grew.

 

Now that you know, deprogram yourself stop judging people get to know people,

Did I ever tell you I walked into a Bosnian bar once all alone the only black guy in there I broke a few necks sat down and played chess it was quite an experience. I dare you humanity.