Where am I? I see the world around me, the people rushing to places where they are no longer who they are, but become ghosts of themselves. Their truth enslaved by an eight-hour master that drains them of all they are until the next day. Weary of this entrapment I wander off, drifting far … Continue reading Black Sands
From nothing but darkness/ I speak from where the heart is/ Depths unknown/ Watching friends do shit I can't condone/ But to each god his own/ That's a her too/ I know I can be hurtful/ Ripping at the flesh like a beast/ For a long time I punished myself to make it cease/ … Continue reading Unknown
I sat on the train; mind elsewhere, moving to the middle seat of an empty row while others chose to sit opposite me. I sat, searching for my earphones so I could escape the chill of the early morning that brought with it the reminder of the storm coming and the one I just … Continue reading Fogged Reflection
A.W.O.L Radio Show- 7.8.17 Heading to London so this is a pre-flight show. What did we think on Philando Castille Case? What are our thoughts on travel? More crazy trump news...don't worry, it's brief.
"Pierre died last night. They called and told me he passed away.......I told him I'd see him for Christmas, I was frustrated with him and the landlord situation." The voice on the phone began to quiver as she mentioned his name and all the stuff he left behind, which wasn't much but 800 dollars and … Continue reading The Death Of Pierre
"You never told me to bring anything.", my friend proclaimed this in front of a small group of people I actually like who were all by this point inebriated and a few were high as well. I took a pull of the small bong packed with some unknown strain of weed and smiled to my … Continue reading Ten Dollar Bill
In that instant I had become the black Einstein, contemplating the atoms of the universe and how I connected to all the matter around me, from my friends who sat among me, part-taking of this drug induced experience now that I was showing signs of controlling the wild blood cells that coursed through my veins like … Continue reading The Scientist