Tag: dVerse

Atlanta, June 12, 2020

two shell casings another Black man’s back bullet-struck bleeding wounds left untreated a kick, then two planted feet two minutes blood blending with the dark Another name to the list while protestors fill the streets A chalk outline left behind I hosting MTB this week over at dVerse […]

Stanza del Silenzio: a #haibun

“But you, when you pray, go into your inner room…” Mt 6:6 “Silence is the first language of God”, Saint John of the Cross once said. Perhaps that’s why sitting in silence always attraced me. From a pre-school age boy, spinning the wheels of his upside-down tricycle, to […]

Seeing Broadway

Is it the Broadway we want to see? Bustling theaters, sidewalks filled with tourists that line up with their pre-purchased tickets, the costumed characters harassing visitors for a photo. Is it the Broadway we see? Empty streets and sidewalks, darkened theaters, the cavernous echo of a once bustling […]