Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
Review: A Gathering of the Tribes–The Black Lives Matter Issue
Memory is honored, the names of those slain by police held up in a light of poetry, the fire of strength raging from our streets to the page…
The #1 Reason Plans Fail
The number one reason plans fail is because we fail to plan. The solution is simple. Write down your plan. If you want to change anything, write down what you WILL do to make the change.
all for naught fraught with care don’t be where you knot belong
I see the smoke in your car for a long time, the younger one says They get ouf of the truck and tell me to pop the hood
i know i go i flow i see i free i me part of whole a soul
he covers her cage with his rage, takes her song, tells her she’s wrong, weak, shouldn’t speak. she waits long for dawn.
Children in the Caribbean and Tribes in New York
Martha Cinader speaks with Opal Palmer Adisa in Jamaica, author of Pretty Like Jamaica, published by Caribbean Reads. Martha also speaks with author Chavisa Woods, Executive Director of A Gathering of the Tribes in New York City. Tony Robles reads poetry from Issue 16 of A Gathering of the Tribes Magazine.
one little muscovy
he chose me
fresh with still-wet hair spit on my pubescent idea of fair, a wad on my head to add to my dread that he might lash out about a girl as wrong as a protest song
what is tomorrow?
what is tomorrow? does memory make me? can it break me? am i what was said? was i led to dread? what’s in my head?
A poem by Tony Robles
Using frozen fish for bait
I don’t know if it’s going to go for a dead fish, but we will find out…
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