Category Archives: Spiritual

Plato’s Cave

After I requested permissions, and permissions were granted, I set foot into the cave. The darkness was swallowed by heat and honey, aloe and chants in indistinguishable, unwritten (yet familiar) languages– We spoke in tongues with soft, brittle edges burned … Continue reading

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Card Counting #1: Talking to the Ancestors

“I used to have a racist Chinese friend who changed his name to sound more European. . .”–Stephen Earley Jordan II Continue reading

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Paths Cross

“Please return on lonely nights or days, you discern when I need strength and solace. . .” Continue reading

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Warm Rain

“Black boys are warm rain with nothing to gain. . .” Continue reading

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I should have been baptised. . .

Poem by Stephen Earley Jordan II. “I should have been baptised in River Jordan. . . ” Continue reading

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