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I AM TROY DAVIS

“Troy Davis was convicted of murdering a Georgia police officer in 1991. Nearly two decades later, Davis remains on death row — even though the case against him has fallen apart. The case against him consisted entirely of witness testimony … Continue reading

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Banking the Ashes

It’s been one of those long, slow days. Not a holiday proper, I actually intended on getting some things done but have been sort of in this contemplative loop when I should have been on a work speedway. It’s strange, … Continue reading

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Laineta on the Wave (excerpt from The City of Love)

In Act 1: Scene 1 – Sadima, the Goddess of War, wakes on a beach unable to remember who she is. The Lord of the Ocean sees her in passing and falls in love, but he cannot speak to her … Continue reading

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Beneath My Heart (poem for Nigel and John)

(“John” by Nigel Cox) Beneath my heart Beneath my heart lies memory unheard, but still seen. body upon body indistinct, desperate to be free. Beneath my heart lies memory, a thousand moments lost, where once on blood they flowed now … Continue reading

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a voice for the damned

Some of you may remember that last year a ma named Nigel Cox, from the UK, sent me a portrait he had painted of a man called John that was done while listening to my recording of “The Heart of … Continue reading

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The Executioner’s Song (new poetry video)

The Executioner’s Song Death Becomes Her by Caitlyn M. Anderson for Jennifer Loves Jane, Vol 3, Issue 1, March 2011 See ‘The Executioner’s Song’ at Hidden on a side street in one of America’s oldest cities is the modest studio … Continue reading

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the dreams of bees

Among other things, I have spent the past day or so educating myself more about the schools of Buddhism and revisiting my own belief structure (as something to be examined neutrally). The impetus to do this all stems from the … Continue reading

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the madness of desire

Yesterday’s blog, Hell, appears to have struck a cord with a great many people. I wound up having numerous, and simultaneous, comment discussions about the whys and wherefores of the drive people have to force their relationships into a static … Continue reading

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Little Orphan Money

The thing about working in the genre and style of the dramatic poem is that it allows for a rather intense exploration of the human condition. I mean, that is its purpose. The whole use of Gods as the main … Continue reading

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