Promising Vistas Unparalleled

Thank you to Glory Sasikala for including my poem “Manic Adoration” in the new August 2021 print edition of GloMag released out of India. Copies are available here…

Underneath the Milky Way, a jolt of electricity is received, a pulse of peace is bestowed in blessing, a shockwave of higher resonance frequency is felt throughout the flesh as a subtle shiver taps the spine… deep in the bass of the bones.

Songs of Selah #157

It’s all cut from the same cloth, a blanket finely woven, a Jeweled Net of Indra, an enmeshment of synchronicity, a divine web of nature’s sublimity, a mandala of manifesting matrices, a concordance of congruent alignment, a balance between order and chaos, a clarion call, a karmic scale weighing out, a heart and a feather, a seat of the soul, an Eye of Horus, a pineal transformation, a transcendent alteration, an apotheosis, a revelation, a renaissance, a consciousness in bloom and bursting.

Thank you to Kathy Ellis for joining this week’s edition of Songs of Selah to talk about her new book, Wings from Roots. We also discussed the impact that traveling to over 40 countries has had on her writing and what it means to be a bridge engineer when it comes to the dynamics of social interactions and relationships.

Episode #157 can be listened to here on 17Numa Radio…

Songs of Selah Episode #156

Align with the Holy Spirit Vibration, feed the body clean foods, activate the chakra system, electrify the auric field, and walk steady in good spirits.

I had a great time reading a new essay and speaking with W.D. Evans on this week’s episode of Songs of Selah. He joined the program to discuss the books and projects he’s been working on this year. We also talked about his entrepreneurial attitude, the synchronistic events that enlighten one’s path through life, some of the technological innovations he’s been on the cusp of during his years, and the philosophy of persistency in following through on dreams. Episode#156 can be listened to or downloaded here…

Jabberwocky Theater

Woe be in the age of corruption and tyranny? Or a Renaissance of the Roaring Twenties? Only time will tell. Choose your own adventure. But don’t blink or else you’ll miss the next peak. It’s going to be a blast. A selection of my recent essay and poetry publications can be found in the links below...

“Jabberwocky Theater” at Dissident Voice

“As Riddles Unravel” at ILA Magazine

Five poems at Sahitya Barta

“The More Things Change” at Mad Swirl

Imagine Thirsting

I was stoked to have received my contributor’s copy of Torrid Literature Journal recently. Thank you to Alice Saunders for including my poems “Imagine Thirsting” and “Student Section” in the latest volume released out of Florida.

Dance your cares away to the sounds of animated activation (if you happen to have any angst to begin with, that is; and, if not, well, in that case, jam even harder in simpatico fashion to the rhythms of high bliss that come your way).

The process is perpetual in its continuous motion, and our perception can be spot on, slightly askew, or completely off base – it’s up to each of us to remain alert and ever-vigilant in the pursuit of bringing mindfulness back into centered alignment upon the path of life as the circumstances around us swirl in a state of flux.

Small, steady steps, one at a time, with quantum leaps mixed into the equation at certain intervals of acceleration.

Hallelujah. La la la. Amen.

Songs of Selah #155

Despite all the lunacy underway in this world right now, honestly, I’ve been having the time of my life so far this year. When you were spit out of the womb with a rebellious streak slashing straight through your soul, existence tends to take on a heightened sense of meaning and more purposeful intensity once the chaos really starts ramping up. These trying times are just a test of character in the end. So, as I continue to say, walk steady with a sturdy spine in good spirits. Hallelujah.

I’d like to take a moment and say thank you to all the editors who published my work during the month of July. I was happy to have had 20 poems and essays published or accepted to appear in future releases by eight different literary venues during the past month, including translations in Italian, Albanian, and Azerbaijani.

Thank you to Beth Gordon for joining this week’s episode of Songs of Selah to talk about and read selections from her new book, This Small Machine of Prayer (Kelsay Books, 2021). We had an interesting conversation that touched on the timeless nature of reality, poetry as a puzzle, the Jeweled Net of Indra, the great affirmation of life despite the inherent nature of suffering, synchronicity, magical tables, parallel dimensions, and much more.

Episode #155 can be listened to here…