From the beginning of time, My ancestors mothers, Have believed and worshiped the Almighty Creator Great big and tall women Big head wraps tied around their heads Thick colourful wrappers tied around their ample bosoms Hands raised towards the sky As their thick bodies bounced up and down in rhythm to their movement They communicated … Continue reading Ancestor Mothers
Waves waste beyond sandy shores, And inquiry drove eyes into Meditations, Mighty God cleansed Hands on ocean wild, and Waters feared the earth. Mighty God, You breathe the other Place, and the tornado Took turn. The earth hymned to heaven, And the courageous stand Before you in cold, seeing glorious and Kingly what … Continue reading Mighty God.
A writer’s primary motivator should be anticipated praise. Adulation, ovation, commendation–whatever it is called–he should dream of these as he puts his pen to paper. The writer should constantly craft parallel scenarios of the beautiful things that would be said about his unborn work. His imagination of such acclaim must run unfettered, spurring him on … Continue reading On the Expectations and Conduct of a Writer
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