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Wounds

My friends were hurt And I did nothing To protect them And so I hurt myself Yelling at myself All the things I shouldView full post »

Look. This is You.

Look. This piece is you. Whispers and shouts. Ink and paper. Hard labor. This piece is you. Dark Tender yearning WildView full post »

The Hallowed Echo

Who said Profit Over Prophet Who said Faster is better Bigger is better More is better Who said I’d findView full post »

Myth

I feel The weight Of fire Of earthquake Flood and ash I feel The legacy Of whiteness Consuming Every thing In itsView full post »

We are in the times before the phoenix

We are in the times before the phoenix Our Mother pulled apart Ashes petal from the sky No water Waters reachView full post »

Welcome Home

Welcome home The parts of yourself You hide In the drawers of your heart And label as junk. There are golden keysView full post »

Just a Little While Longer

They are in our kitchen Not doing anything special A small quiet Before they’re off again   He poursView full post »

I grew up white in a place that is predominately various beautiful shades of brown

I grew up white in a place that is predominately various beautiful shades of brown. A place where the effectsView full post »

My Heart Aches For My Homeland

My heart aches for my Homeland Land of palm tree and sand Land of hula and song Land of plumeria, pikake, andView full post »

They Must Be Afraid of Our Blood

They must be afraid of our blood. Not the blood of veins, which they are only too happy to spill But the blood that isView full post »