This is the WORD.
This selection has been excerpted from a poem-in-progress called ALI (formerly ‘Hagdar’), an American English epic poem exploring the life and times of Ali ibn Abi Talib (عَلِيّ ٱبْن أَبِي طَالِب), the cousin, companion, and successor of the Prophet Muhammad. The complete poem is estimated to comprise over 12,000 lines, spanning almost a century of Arab and Islamic … Continue reading excerpts from ALI
At least it's not your dick.
As of this day, the Twenty-Sixth of March, In The Year of Our Lord 2020, I have completed exactly Sixteen Consecutive Quarantined Days since disembarking from Flight NK 380 to Detroit, and it seems that I can now dismiss any immediate concerns with regard to the possibility that the little girl in pink who was … Continue reading apocalypse March 26, 2020
I. I love you, Mama. I love you, Baba. I love you, siblings. I love you, cousins. I love you, uncle and auntie. I love you, Ice. I love you, E. I love you, Wes. I love you, Z. I love you all, my friends my neighbors my colleagues my children my countrymen. I love … Continue reading The Apocalypse Diaries (Day Six: 3-18-2020)
It was a cloudy day in paradise, and the kids came out to play.
The world ends with a cough.