Citizens Duty  It is our chosen right to rule this world and to place all of you, rightly, in servitude. Shackles won’t be made from iron or lead, but with taxes and debt, you’ll be kept instead. With a diet of entertainment, an opium we’ll feed, to ensure that yourRead More →

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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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