Poem: Reverence of Nature

Native Americans were expert hunters and warriors but they had spiritual reverence. To each animal hunted They gave thanks and praises: “Thank you for helping me to survive You’re my brethren brother sister family Circle of life. Giving your life so I can exist is the ultimate sacrifice. I will utilize all of you Wasting…

Poem: Plastic

Spastic plastic litters our world it’s infiltrated everything Our oceans are heaving Foaming at the mouth with mountainous islands of shit Fake floating bits of inedible toxic Toys shoes boxes containers bags bowls even poop emoji hairpins. Plastic was the ultimate miracle product to wrap and to hold cheap inexpensive to make our world one…

Poem: Disinformation

We’re reaching the breaking point Critical Mass The lies that are and were spun Are unraveling Absolute unquestioning of authority is over. We might not have the answers yet But we know better than to believe the Governments that deceive us. Unless they drop the Bomb They can’t kill all of us Just slowly one…

Poem: Freedom

(For Spencer) Twin souls never stand a chance They were never meant to dance on Earth enraptured. Because it awakens jealousies when we usurp them circumnavigate the rote purpose dare to oppose their version of status conscious happiness. When souls disengage from pretend when we unfriend the robotics replace the screen with the actual. activate…

Poem: Consumer

Saturday dancing alone in my dirty kitchen where mops are not allowed and counter culture clutter rules Papers, dishes, cups, vases, glimmering rocks, art utensils, Chef Ramsey would not be proud to see the scattered Legos in the freezer the toy, not the frozen waffles. “What a nightmare!” he’d complain. “Where’s the lamb sauce!” he’d…

Poem: Relying on god to solve your problems is choosing victimhood

Why do religions preach helplessness as a virtue? Don’t wait for god to save you You’ve been entrusted with so many gifts What’re you hiding them for? Who taught you to lie down and stay down? Who trained you to fear inner power? They did the pretend experts Who convinced you of unworthiness The lie…

Poem: Spencer’s xmas Tree

Our plastic Xmas tree, the rare time that evil plastic is the hero! His eyes were crinkled like Santa Claus when he smiled even though he was young his soul was old ancient in time like mine. One Christmas he carried a 6ft live tree letting needles prick him for endless sidewalks, maybe 10 blocks…

Poem: Graceful Rant

Let go Let the silver light show Let the glow glint Dark flint ruminating new ink Blue iris indigo A night blanket in snow. Look deeper closer Listen to the clear horizon Deep with atmosphere Hear oceans voluminous Mountains liquid with lake. Each pearl drops in perfect quake from each still rain kissed branch No…

Poem : Bodhisattva

I love when people smile Unmistakably god is in the smile and tear light and revolutions orbiting chance. *** Do what dolphins are gliding new waves alive sparkling bright sunlight sight laughing into oceans swimming is their home. *** Limitless acceptance of life is letting go of everything but love is hope and you are…

Poem : Power of the Small

Little weeee Racing through the tunnel Of flashing LED Little colony of colonizers Pre-occupied we With our phone homes Like little ETs We’re looking for answers With our little eyes Through technology’s blur Crystal batteries from Silicon Valley sounds like something From Star Trek reality. Google Apple Android Nerd Are we going to stay? If…

SF Oakland Gentrification Rant

I live in the SF Bay Area and I proclaim the public sidewalk is for: pedestrians, wheelchair users, pets on leashes and babies in strollers, that’s it. No eclectic scooters, bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, or mobs of joggers are allowed. They’re on the pedestrian sidewalk probably because they’re afraid of death by commute, but they…

Poem : Stolen

All copyright free images are from pixabay.com This land was always free not for sale no one’s property Space was shared with plants and animals, when we still knew, we were animals, walking upright didn’t make us Gods but aristocrats claimed divinity Took authority of the earth In eminent domain Raped and pillaged innocence Killed…

Poem : Wall Street D’Evils

They invest in stocks not life, they profit not for the people. Why would they help to save a dying world that they’re purposefully destroying? Off they zap into outer space in rockets with shuttles to colonize and pillage another planet to absolute oblivion. Planting their meaningless flags to possess what can’t be bought, through…