Soul of Protest

Our grandmothers, devoid of their brother’s power, there voices their soul armament stood spartan for the longest hour broke no emotion speaking their discontent. Ancestors who simply stepped on a bus, refused to give up tired of being treated as dogs of the street stone faced and unflinching, through fire they stood up. They had a dream, togetherness replete. What’s happened…

Light through the Prism

The light of God, the first light, the original color, flows through the prism of consciousness and is refracted into the colors of 10,000 things. It is that this prism is kept clear that each color is sacred, free, eternal. The view is as the lord of life in technicolor, splashed on each leaf, crumbling…

Forward

Impermenance is our nature Permenance is our aim If we see God in the present It is all the same.

10000 things

On a cool, sprinkling evening amidst the spring I have my cards, my goals, my head, my core. But entropy ensues and ennui subdues without 10,000 things. Dont forget the snake, the rooster, the boar. Paintings woven of years of dark, heavy hued traditions. Remind me of my anger, my excess, my disconnect. For if…

Something Failed…

Monday has just come to pass, The Wednesday morning of my life has come at last. How, amongst the sparkly blanket of the sun on the trees, Childhood cooled by the same skies breeze, Can we find ourselves staring at the sun through plexiglass, Feet on this linoleum earth, and beg ourselves to dig deeper…

No Time to be Nothing

Don’t let anyone tell you to give up yourself. Just remember who you are.   Birth has leased us an imagination, a funny thing made of cosmic perturbations, nebulae condensing in the network of our mind. In the end it’s self fulfilling, so long as swirls of color stay more thrilling than the insecure ego…

These are the Knots in the Circle of Life

A bird who fears sharks will soon think himself a fish, will drown as he chases anchovies, will starve as worms escape his mind. A tapir who fears leopards when the jaguar alone lives in the Amazon will soon find his mind and soul in Africa and his eyes blind to the night. A polar…