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Jamaican Poets: I DARE you

I DARE you to be me for a day.

I DARE you to walk in my ‘way’.

Fight the enemies I have.

Befriend the angels, as FRIENDS. 18 more words


Upcoming Events with Penn Kemp, Fall 2014

Saturday, September 27, 2014: 100 Thousand Poets for Change, http://100tpc.org/. Gathering Voices, world-wide and on radio in London ON. Contact: Michael Rothenberg, mrwalterblue@gmail.com… 337 more words


Day 2: Ash

A woman appeared at the entrance of the restaurant, she had long curly black hair and wore red lipstick. She looked like she came straight out of a 50’s movie and she looked so elegant when she was walking towards him that it was almost inhuman.   163 more words



I am red like burning fire
I am covered with a glowing down
Alight with pure desire
I am glistening ochre, gleaming red… 27 more words


Carlyle's House ~ a shrine to the Victorian 'Sage of Chelsea'

Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) was a Scottish writer, teacher, philosopher and satirist who moved to London in 1831 leaving behind his life in Scotland.  He first moved to a home near Kings Cross and then moved to 5 (now 24) Cheyne Row in Chelsea in 1834.   427 more words

Historic Buildings

Experience and Actuality: Voltaire’s Criticism of Armchair Philosophers (Part 2 of 3)

However, Pangloss’ theories are more than just the silly, faulty reasonings of a man who thinks he’s right; they’re dangerous. It is with this belief, that this is the best of all possible worlds and that all things are for the best, that… 839 more words

Robin Jeffrey

The Dissociative Identity of a Bitter Romantic

What does it mean to love love as bitterly as a floating feather is delicate? It is like surfing through waves to find the exact spot of sand where a past lover proposed through shivering lips, and being in the wrong ocean completely. 306 more words