First words were amazing grace
A poem by Jason Suerte Felipe. Junior Brown believed in chasing a dream Writing about freedom since he was eighteen But then he realized life is not what it seems … Continue reading The Story of Junior Brown
All I need is a strike of lightning.
People never leave. Like flies stuck to honey. . .
Ordinary things can be extraordinary.
Never grow up, that was the rule. . .
When your heart breaks, it shatters into a million pieces. Some small and some too large for you to carry on your own. But if we are so lucky, someone … Continue reading Broken Glass (Poem)
second chances are a blessing. but a third, fourth, a fifth- that’s a hamster stuck in a hamster wheel. he says you’ll come back around, but don’t give him the … Continue reading Hamster Wheel of Second Chances (Poem)
A spoken word performance of LGBTQ oppression and resistance.
the mint tin box.
here’s to the quiet ones. who bite their tongue, and grip their teeth. holding back the tears, with a smile so bright, while hiding a history so dark. the strength … Continue reading Here’s To The Quiet Ones
we shot for the moon, but got lost amongst the stars. separated by a sea of galaxies, billions of specs apart. shooting stars crashing towards earth, trying to find our … Continue reading Fallen Star (Poem)
But please. My soul needs sleep. So haunt it another day. . .
that kind of love exists. believe me, I know. . .
sometimes i feel you pull the tether. waiting for me to pull back. . .
Our love drowned to the bottom of the ocean.
Please understand. I’m not a bad man. I’m just a man. . .
I can’t help but overthink. A dreadful clash between who, what, when, where and why. Who am I? What am I doing? When will I be happy? Where do I … Continue reading A Stranger in My Own Body