my dear Canada, our home on native land how true our hearts are to this beautiful north we in the west, look to the east in worry as we graded, stand, for what is gloriously free a toe dipped in Cape Spear, or Tofino from tundra’d glory of Cape Columbia to … Continue Reading Canada Day 2013
all mediums tell me outside, there, shadows could be, would be terrorists stranger danger but the government’s on it more prisons more rules all to ensue freedom! no matter silly quibbling of elected officials I know the right side I am on the others are just wrong! isn’t it nice … Continue Reading I am fearful
our home on native lands from The Rock to Haida Gwaii a true, alluring possessing realm to tread the lands one cannot forego bearing tempestuous witness steadfast mountains ethereal Laurentian forests the expansive firmament above endless prairies all magnificence exceeding bounds of human wits beneath its soils assets abound the dirty … Continue Reading True Patriot Love
Canada has lost direction purpose and meaning. How at one time we stood upon the world’s stage, doing good for many. But now, how we’ve stepped away into shadows of war, greed, indifference. As the people, wade through misinformation, from a government bound to deeds of malfeasance. Widening the gap between … Continue Reading My Kind, true Canada, I miss you dearly
change must arise from injustice change must waken the multitudes change must be wanted, coveted change must be for greater good change must challenge status quo change must, at first, instability create change must, and will, polarize as long as noble aims prevail as long as true, the course keeps … Continue Reading In Changing Countries Misgoverned
As a child I would set several boxes around me, put on some music, and with wooden spoons I’d beat the hell out of the boxes until drenched in sweat and the boxes shredded. Funny, I would later pick up a guitar and learn to play, never taking up the drums. … Continue Reading Call of the Drums
Read this article: A Guide to Mass Shootings in America from Mother Jones. Oh so freaking tired of that argument about denying people the right to bear arms! Yeah I’m Canadian, but got an opinion and I ain’t gonna keep it in. Read and understand what the 2nd amendment is about! It’s … Continue Reading Quit Freaking Hiding Behind a Freaking Piece of Paper!
in tears because the innocent have to die in this country, theirs, and others in tears because many put gifts above their own happiness their own needs in tears because politicians, like children bicker, squabble, then smiling stand on the wreckage of a once beautiful country In tears because Aboriginal … Continue Reading Shed
The other day Sunny Dhillon from the Globe and Mail interviewed me. In the paper it made the front page of the BC section! Click the link the read the article: “Life in the shadow of a psychiatric hospital can breed fear that spans generations”. It was my first interview … Continue Reading My First Big Interview
why must we be so masked, why must we be so “correct” why must a stratum of bullshit blot, asphyxiate candor, validly, morality why not tones in gray instead of indistinguishable sameness of sameness orange, green or blue why not division via truth than via barbarous, insidious diversion why must … Continue Reading Why the Hell Not Full Disclosure?
In the hours of darkness I am alone, amidst my fragrant cedar curls in a hushed refuge one half my length in width, one and a quarter in length, one half tall. Grimy, salted, worn utensils scattered around me. In this silence my only companions are up in the deepest … Continue Reading Metamorphose