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Spider-Man’s Racial Identity (a poem)

Second grade. Forgot how it went. Think it was during music class. White classmate said he was Spider-Man. Then, I said I was Spider-Man too. Or something like that. Classmate said Spider-Man wasn’t black. I do remember that part.   … Continue reading

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Nocturnal Creature (a poem)

Nocturnal. Definition? People who are active at night. A word I learned recently about myself.   Studies describe nocturnal people as smart and creative. (Well, I’ll get back to you on that one.) Studies say nocturnal people lag in academics. … Continue reading

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Ass for Days (a poem)

Can’t stop looking at my co-worker’s big ass.  Trying to be a gentleman to her. Trying not to see her as a sex object.  Trying to see her as just another co-worker. Still can’t stop looking at that big ass. … Continue reading

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American Booty Book Covers in London

Last week, my buddy Joe Romain Facebook-messaged me some pics. I live in Orlando, Florida. Joe lives in London, England. Recently, Joe walked around London with my two books The Butt Freak Blues and Three Orlando Nightspots. The Butt Freak … Continue reading

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110 Pics of Folks Who Bought My Orlando Photo and Poetry Book

About two years ago, I created my photo and poetry book Three Orlando Nightspots. (The book and Kindle version are available on Amazon.) For six months, I photographed Orlando nightspots 64 North, The Patio and Aero. During this time, I … Continue reading

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Miss You’re-So-Vain (an anti-romance poem)

You’re so vain. Bet you think this poem is about you. Know you think this poem is about you.   Still got looks that kill. Dudes still crazy over you. Dudes still wanting your extra time and your kiss. Dudes … Continue reading

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Aging Pretentious Artist (a poem)

Middle-aged undiscovered artist. Bitter. Angry.  Still wondering why the less talented received all the breaks and they didn’t.   Flashback to their twenties. Arrogant.  Know-it-all. Wouldn’t listen to constructive criticism. Dismissed current popular artists. Called their work garbage.   Years … Continue reading

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Laptop DJ ( a poem)

Use to DJ some years back.Made more money in Sanford than I did in Orlando. Had a weekly gig in Sanford.Two nights a week at a joint called Little Fish, Huge Pond.Most folks appreciated me.Patrons even celebrated my birthday there.Surprised me … Continue reading

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Drunk Girls, Black Girls, Latinas and Poetry: Reasons to Buy My Photo-Book

Last year, I self-published my photo-book Three Orlando Nightspots. The book and kindle form are both available on Amazon. By advertising on Facebook, I have more success selling the books on the streets. So, here are reasons you should buy … Continue reading

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France’s Bootyphobia (A Serena Williams Poem)

French Tennis Federation bans tennis star Serena William’s tight-fitting cat suit. Snooty Federation president says, “One must respect the game and the place.” Serena Williams recently birthed a daughter. Cat suit originally designed to prevent blood clots after daughter’s birth. … Continue reading

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