I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything substantial, but I’m still here. Thinking about writing and not having enough time. Anyway, I will be on the air this coming Wednesday, June 29 at 8:00pm for my radio show Broad Strokes on Washington Heights Free Radio (WHFR). With me this month will be the alternative/folk band Holy Moly.
I saw these guys at one of NYC’s best DIY spots Fort Useless awhile back and they are truly amazing.
You can listen to last month’s broadcast HERE. Learn how to learn HERE.
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Now ah days, these vitamins
they so smart, they so smart Ho!
You take one of them
and they know just where to go.
This is the second from the series: Vitamins & Photos. I was watching the news one day, and one of the headlines was called: It’s a Matter of Calcium. Apparently, according to the reporter, there was a growing epidemic where pre-teens were not getting enough calcium, and as a result were suffering with broken limbs.
caught up with the night
for five long years
I got caught up with the night
I lived in an apartment in Washington Heights, NYC, that overlooked a drug store, called Vitamins & Photos. I thought it was a hilarious name for a drug store, since they obviously sold more than just vitamins, and processed photos. In any event, I was drawn to this name/title, and decided to use it for the above poem. Which then, inspired me to create poems around this theme, Vitamins and Photos. With the help of some very creative photographers/artists on Flickr, I decided that I should also have photos that maybe, sometimes translate the words visually.