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Bleeding Deeds, Life’s Lust

I lead with my heart, letting deeds bleed me cold. The cruelty of form and substance was told, teach this boy to be a man, to claw and cling for every scrap, this life is our trap and rapture, and all the bleeding a must to trust. Launch yourself into oblivion, again and again unknowingly lost, seeking to find the innocence that slowly disappears in the dust. A phoenix you will be, one day near […]

Eastside Culture Crawl Flickr Group Slideshow

My involvement in the Vancouver community, my interest in photography, and in writing, as well as the variety of creative arts inspired the creation of a Flickr Photo Group to further collect, remember, share, promote, protect, and encourage the longevity of the original intention behind the creation of the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver’s Strathcona neighbourhood in the Downtown Eastside area. Enjoy the show! I will soon have a full featured set of pages for […]

Poetry; Life’s Bitter-Sweet Ecstasy

Gazing down into the rich creamy darkness remembering this emptiness of daily life textured rich as a chocolate fondue; staring lost in the black glistening nothingness swallowed by the thick creamy melt-in-your-mouth savored taste of life diminished bite by bite until, a pleasant bitter-sweet after taste holds an empty wrapper, recalls the solitude lost on the breeze of the afternoon. The wrapper whisks away to litter the landscape of so many untouched lives, scattered debris, […]

Poetry | Dichotomous Truth

Refined ignorant masses of sexual beasts Controlled existence to behave civilized Locked in the prison of every mind The fantasies of truth subverting lives Questions of insanity always abound Creating chaotic confusion in doubt The facade growing heavier with time Weight collapsing as cracks crumble Unable to withstand the growing appetite Left untended deep within the mind The body agonized in unmet satisfaction Suppressed too long trying to be civilized The confusing array of fantasy […]

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