Michael Ray De Los Angeles


Know Fear.

Laugh if you must, but fear can become paralyzing It can stop you in your tracks; It can prevent you from making that phone call; It will keep you awake at night, It will make you take that 13th bite.... Continue Reading →


Poetry on the Road: War Room. | Memorial Day (#VeteransForPeace)

By the shores of Ohmaha and Juno General Lonely Heart was defeated, A sad song was played inside the Heart home; Disbelief in the cold act completed. General Lonely Heart should have retreated; Oft pride fools the best, oft pride does... Continue Reading →

The March for Science — Los Angeles | #MarchForScience

On Saturday April 22, members of the science community gathered at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles, to celebrate Earth Day and all elements of science. The Earth Day March for Science was part of a world-wide event in defense of... Continue Reading →

Day of the Matriarch: Bisbee to East Los Angeles| Post #Obituary Mediation | RIP: Soledad Guerra Quezada

At the time of her passing in February of 1999, I was 14 going on 15 and a student at John Marshall High school. I was walking to my locker to pull out my books, That winter I was reading... Continue Reading →

National Poetry Month | “Sac Re Cur” by Michael Ray De Los Angeles

"Goin' Out of My Head," plays on my headphones. "Mon amour, I really dig Lady Ella," I say as I lean in for a kiss. We board an iron bird, and wake in a city d'amour, morte, et révolution. Our hands... Continue Reading →

A Friendly reminder: Nobody wins at the game of war. It is a game of ecological destruction, and psychological, disruption. Choose peace, choose Love, choose a better solution. 

From California with Love | #CaliforniaLove

On January 20, 2017, one Donald J. Trump took into office as the President of the United States of America. In the 60+ days that he has been in oval office he has disrupted airports across the United States with his positions... Continue Reading →

3 Must-Read Books for Black History Month

Born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm Little, who later became known as Malcolm X was an iconic figure of the Civic Right movement. The story includes intimate details about his life, his pilgrimage to Mecca and much... Continue Reading →

5 Endangered Species

Hi and welcome to the Sunday post, today we're taking a break from literature to talk about endangered animals. As humans we share the planet with many types flora and fauna. The sad truth is that human activities such as... Continue Reading →

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