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“The Life that Songs Unlocked” Project

“The Life that Songs Unlocked” Project

Jan 31, 2014

My idea was to take an album, that I was a huge fan of, and break it down track by track. Using each song as a topic for a poem. Enter, Stevie Wonder's "Songs in the Key of Life".

:: contusion ::

:: contusion ::

Jan 31, 2014

                          superficial wounds are not meant to hinder us but to teach lessons   ============= Copyright ©2014 by J.S. Atkins for Running Likwid Works “The Life that Songs Unlocked” Project | part One As inspired by Stevie Wonder’s iconic, “Songs in the Key of...

:: have a talk with God ::

:: have a talk with God ::

Jan 31, 2014

the present day contrary to popular belief, is not as different as some feel just different in how it is presented, the difference, are those dealing in the present our way has been lost, you can pick and choose why but somewhere along the line we… simply forgot the means to which they got by regardless of race gender, sexual preference or socio-economic...

:: love’s in need of love today ::

:: love’s in need of love today ::

Jan 3, 2014

are we offended by the thought of togetherness

:: village ghetto land ::

:: village ghetto land ::

Dec 18, 2013

this land is your land it was never my land, from the Watts towers to vacant Barry Farms land the chilled ran amuck, birthed from homes of fatherless woes man leaving the children to run amuck, birthed from homes absent of, a man re-threading the spinning wheel weaving a cycle of thicker fabric, penetrating hopes of positivity with unprotected hardened symbols,...

:: sir duke ::

:: sir duke ::

Dec 17, 2013

it’s like love unexplainable indescribable an entity all it’s own it’s like life for some there’s no existence without it it’s like laughter essential in it’s healing and mood altering ability it’s like links between here and now the present and the future the backdrop for all we are and ever will...

YKWIA – Ch. 20 [excerpt]

YKWIA – Ch. 20 [excerpt]

Oct 8, 2012

“Babe!  Baby?” “Yeah?” “You got a package.” “From who?  Did you sign for it?” “No.  It was just laying on the front step.  No return address.” Frustrated, the big lineman pushed himself up off the custom built chaise lounge in front of the large, floor to ceiling window in his master bedroom.  When...