Category Archives: politics

An invitation to a place of more understanding and less fear 

An invitation to a place of more understanding and less fear A Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) talk about Islam by Rev Dr. M’ellen Kennedy “…We are being whipped up into fear of Muslims. And when we are afraid…. … Continue reading

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dissection

dissection come brother and feel this pulse rhyming with the flowing red. its presence is evidence that i have a heart like yours. reach closer now and feel me breathe: this chest heaves with the warmth of the sunshine in … Continue reading

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the seeds

  the seeds the world is shrinking as we shake from all the swelling and the aches the hours are shorter, distances near for all the borders we hold dear, and as the world shrinks and squeezes us in its … Continue reading

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the significance of being black or white

the significance of being black or white black, some people believe, is the murder of colors and white, their liberation while others claim black is the acceptance of colors and white, their rejection but neither black nor white can tell the … Continue reading

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elon’s basilisk

elon’s basilisk elon musk’s kid-size submarine is a no go it’s quite too late for the rescue, he could have been a roadster hero instead he’s nursing a bruised ego. he shrugs and smiles at any rate,  the world is … Continue reading

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revolution

revolution has it come to this? a world that wobbles on its heels and stands still to try a futile balancing act.

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Abdul, on the eve of an ambush

Abdul, on the eve of an ambush a rifle rests in my arms for now steel chilling the bones which ache for the children and the wife in my mind and the maddening smell of morning rice as in a … Continue reading

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