Plea from the son that Grieved the Holy Spirit

I am not a good man. Nor am I wise. Or strong. But still, Don’t let me fizzle out… I have hated my neighbor. I have hated myself. I have hated the life that you gifted me. But still, Please don’t hate me… It’s a fool’s prayer, I know, Adonai. But I’ve loved you sinceContinue reading “Plea from the son that Grieved the Holy Spirit”

The Wise-Man’s Dilemma

FROM THE AUTHOR *First things first- sorry about the formatting- WordPress is unkind to the text-alignment needs of we poets, but I felt the alignment was important enough to make sacrifices in order to reflect. Hopefully I’ll find a way to represent this more cleanly in future posts!* The way that the human synapse worksContinue reading “The Wise-Man’s Dilemma”

I’ve Watched Children of all Ages Throw Tantrums when Inconvenienced

I’ve watched children of all ages Throw tantrums when inconvenienced Treat one another with selfishness cruelty and vile intent They demand my respect I, who bite and claw For every bit of mercy I’ve owned My age, my inflection, my skin precedes me Though I am dark I don’t owe you anything You little fuckersContinue reading “I’ve Watched Children of all Ages Throw Tantrums when Inconvenienced”