Tshombe Sekou

These are the rumens and poeticisms of Tshombe Sekou.
 Official site: www.tshombeisms.com

poem 276/365:2014

with the time we spend

looking into our palms

we should know ourselves

but our phones keep us mindless

of the maps pressed in our fingertips 

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poem 275/365:2014

rain falls on my face

volcanic ash in my lungs

and I am smiling

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poem 271/365:2014

yes, a stone a stone—

in the right hands it becomes

an instruments of change.

a child who tosses a stone into a lake creates change in at least three places:

self, surface and subsurface, and in between.

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