Maybe the apocalypse is ALWAYS tomorrow, So tapdance on the sinking ship, don’t wallow in sorrow, Maybe the ship will always and forever be sinking, They say time doesn’t exist, it’s not what we’ve been thinking. Sugar… Is highly addictive And besides heartbreak toothache’s the worst pain I’ve self inflicted, I got a sweet tooth,Continue reading “Apocalypse Never (Sinking Ship part 2)”
[Work in progress] Back in the day , I might have still been a teen I was writing interviews for Undercover magazine I saw him on Channel U, did an interview with Akala Back when mans were raving at Bagglys n Scala. Back then to me? UK Hip-Hop lived at Camden Underworld a night called KungContinue reading “Ravin all the way to the grave…”
My attitude changed alot in the past couple of weeks… From borderline depression to optimistic “tap dancing on the deck of a sinking ship.” Well the two things upsetting me were a combination of essay stress and the state of the world with increased racism on both sides of the Atlantic. And feeling likeContinue reading “Tap dancing on a sinking ship #unitedwestand”
This morning The Love Life of an Asian Guy posted this picture on facebook with the following commentary: This is one of the most powerful images I’ve seen in years. You’re peeking dir… Source: I Just Saw this Picture and I’m So Disturbed. Because it’s Me.
Why are people racist? (Warning. I may mention my penis.) I don’t understand racism. It just seems silly to me. I probably never will. Why are people racist? Maybe some people have the opposite of unity consciousness? Some people see it like football teams. “If you’re not on my team you’re an opponent.” But thatContinue reading “Why are people racist? And how can we stop it? #blacklivesmatter #alllivesmatter #”
Elijah was fed by a raven in the wilderness. The scholar became the warrior, the knight. The knight illuminated their heart and became the lion. The lion represented their tribe, their culture as a symbol and as a king. The king became one with the sun. “Brother or sister – what ails thee ” askedContinue reading “The Raven, The Knight and The Lion”