Troubled Einstein A poem by Roger Rojas   Moments became obscured. searching for equilibrium.  we walked away, shadows became indefinable. love became ineffable. I carry a watch on my left wrist, but I’m still losing time. the art of silence causes mimes to speak. even at their pinnacle,  I haveRead More →

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Born To Be Unborn Again The dark encapsulates me Unable to see anything I can only hear uproar from outside the tomb I’m in Twenty-five long years, my parents awaited a child Now that I was arriving, everything seems like a dream, too wild Little do I know that thisRead More →

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Man On The Night Tube   He yells something at me Partly inaudible, slurred, but no doubt an attempt at a show of prowess Moves, from “You alright darlin?” Quickly succeeded by “Give us a smile then!” I turn around with confidence as I yell back Something smart and wittyRead More →

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These Marks On My Skin, They Are My Battle Wounds It was a tough time for me, but it taught me so much. It taught me to be strong. Strong for my family, strong for parents, strong for myself I struggled, I really did. I didn’t understand what was happening. TheRead More →

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4/4/17 Idlib Today the birds brought fire to me pouring over us all in the scorching shadow of a wing and crumbling like ash when the sun finally came up for breath and there is fire in my lungs, can you see it, can’t you see – I can’t seeRead More →

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