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Emergency Exit Row - Catalina Ferro

I absolutely love Catalina Ferro’s style of spoken word poetry and her dry, self deprecating sense of humour. I’m not going to say must about ‘Emergency Exit Row’, I’ll just going to leave this quirky bit of spoken word here for you to watch.

Spoken Word Poetry

We made it!

On the plane, on my way to Chicago.. Recounting the miraculous and serendipitous of a speedy morning. Looking for a seat, coming across good friend DJ Poon on the plane. 15 more words


The Beautiful Things That Hurt

Trees were floating everywhere
I lost my roots and my head.

I ran into a field of roses
chewing on the thorns
that I can taste what love is… 201 more words

Chasing Whispers

A whisper on the wind whips my head to hear it’s meaning.

But from where, from who, and why?  One more whisper.

One more whisper from the wood line. 109 more words


"The Pain is Never Just Ours"

(Lola Fadulu) – Like many, I have bouts of apathy and overwhelming sadness. To combat these feelings, I used to binge eat and sleep (sometimes I still do). 673 more words

The Passenger (NaPoWriMo - Day 14)

At the side of the narrow car-clogged street, designed
only, in some distant mind, for the sound of melodious hooves,
I waited; a moment’s reprieve in a gun-metal Beetle with the joy… 165 more words


Anis Mojgani performs Shake the Dust

In the spirit of spoken word, I’m sharing a favorite.