Tag: poetry

Generational Trauma – History is Alive Within Us

History isn’t just something “Back then”. It’s something right now, Alive in our own cells, Programmed and labeled As culture and personality. The struggles of old, The weight too heavy to carry, Passed along through generations In hopes that the next Will be able… Continue Reading “Generational Trauma – History is Alive Within Us”

The Human paradox

Being Human Isn’t a prerequisite For Humanity. Having vision Doesn’t mean we can see. And hearing these words Doesn’t mean we will listen. These legs can choose to either run away, Or they can walk straight into the Fire Carrying those who cannot carry… Continue Reading “The Human paradox”

The Poetry of Presence

Symptoms are justThe Body’s protestFrom living a LifeThey’re not meant to live.From playing a partThey’re not meant to play.We have two ears to listen,And yet it is not those we can hear it with.For it is in the space between soundWhere our Body’s are… Continue Reading “The Poetry of Presence”