Category Archives: jazz

Ala Moana

Looking down at the street below from this 14th floor hotel window I see the sidewalk where my family sleeps if God is real I hope it weeps for what society has become we don’t see our sister just another … Continue reading

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Butters The Kitten

Butters the kitten tap dancing around the room pitter-pattering tiny feet off beat an old jazz record spins I grin when our eyes meet he takes off around and around just found his toy mouse stuffing coming out don’t get … Continue reading

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America, 2005

Broken levees and broken bones a decade gone without house and home there’s no place for the heart get high on the fumes of political art as jam bands learn to play amazing grace sweet old ladies try hemming superman’s … Continue reading

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