Monthly Archives: November 2018

stepping into knowing

What I give to the world is unknown to me, for I’ve no idea how it’s received, as I didn’t get grace until it was shown to me, which is why these years I believed. . . . . . … Continue reading

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cannot be taken

Obtaining status doesn’t last, and all the collected wealth amassed won’t pass up the chance to dance elsewhere if the timing is right. So we must fight the good fight for things that cannot be taken away. And we try … Continue reading

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near second and center

pulling luggage, tugging at scarves, sneezing and then pointing off in the distance, with clarity as if it had jarred something loose, which had been causing postponement of thought. these sleepy dreamers, these megalomaniacal underachievers, these hospital gift shop romance … Continue reading

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Apple of my Eye

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Dancing in the Frontier

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Feel the Flow – 11/9/18

With utmost gratitude for the opportunity to host and share in the experience, I consider the collaboration between Spoken Views Collective and the Bruka Theatre to have been a roaring success! Thank you again to our showcase performers, our open … Continue reading

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Wholeness

We hunger and thirst for righteousness, for justice, for mercy, and for grace. We saunter up to the mic to share a sense of community face to face. Content and at peace to have found our third space, we build … Continue reading

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waves

Believe me when I tell you, if you have not experienced it for yourself, that polled waves are spoken of yet soon forgotten, but peace as the wind blows causing waves in the sage brush, peace as the surface of … Continue reading

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The evening of

As we cast a gathering stare at the future we aim for, we can already shape our conversation around the laughter of comparison by past tense. And if we are wrong, let us accept that somehow, someway it can be … Continue reading

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Feel the Flow (promo)

Coming up just shy of a week at Bruka Theatre, I’m hosting a poetic showcase of the Spoken Views Collective. Friday’s ‘Feel the Flow’ will feature artists Grace Hayes (@graceorsomething )and SaMoura Horsley (@morreysmile) showcasing their gifts of poetry and … Continue reading

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