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Promised land 

Stuck between existence of reality and the ever lasting fantasy,

Lying there not still nor living but anticipation is killing me,

Either poor or rich, old or young, we’ve all been registered absently, 50 more words


Spoken word poetry, graffiti and art as the act that activates the activism

“When I was younger my parents told me I suffered from verbal diarrhoea,” says Iain EWOK Robinson. Now, the writer, poet, teacher, graffiti and street artist or as he defines it, a “spoken word flavoured hip-hop activist” works with words and a culture defined by expression. 461 more words

Arts And Education

Well I’ve changed except my heart still beats too fast and my lungs still collapse and my legs still shake. I once thought love was real when we sat atop that hill and looked at cars below. 304 more words


“Dont be led to think but rather think to be led.”-Gareba Elious

Spoken-word Poetry

First Poetry Open Mic

“Next on our open mic…Sabina!!” 

I grabbed the crumpled sheet of paper at my feet and stood up, practically tripping over the emcee as I walked up to the stage. 279 more words


In Honor of: Six Years and Counting


The first time I saw you,
you were wearing an astronaut suit.

I was six in my pajamas
and you were in Romania,
flying above a crowd of weeping, sweating fans. 553 more words


So Called Safe

Times like this I shouldn’t be here
Its not stopping my stress it’s stemming it
I’ve been helped
alongside the girls who eat tape measures… 177 more words

Mental Health