Who Did iT and Ran? (Poem)

Why I always got fity hunnit problemz?
Like, “Who did it and ran?”

I ain’t got no time for this
No room, No hope, No hand

My fears are stacked a mile high
My mind is out the door

Eyez on Horizon (Lyrics)

In this sad song
Bygones don’t ride strong

Getting hated on
I don’t know where it’s goin

On the red zone, Got your infection
Spitting attitude, Hell on the radio

Flies on a Windshield (Lyrics)

Flies on a windshield
Getting dolled up for your last hooray

Seems I don’t wanna go
Oh ooh oh, oh oh, oh oh oh, oh ohoooh oh

Is anybody out there?
Ay ee ah

Call it What You Wanna (Lyrics)

Say stop, say stop
I don’t really want that

Get me through the window
I’ll take what I want then
Aaaaah-ahah

Say no, say no
Set me on the right road

Dorothy Day challenges homeless stereotypes

Wild accusations and ongoing legal disputes are no deterrent for over 30 organizations and churches that volunteer their time at Dorothy Day Hospitality House.

Trapped Inside a Battlefeild (Lyrics)

Tired as a hero lost in flames…
Lighting up the last fire left in me
Aaahaah-Aaahaah-Ohhhh-oh-ohoh-oh

Tripping on the fireflies passing by
And I’m thinking bout how what a lovely place to

The Odio Incident (JFK Assassination)

Sylvia Odio was the thirty-year-old daughter of two Cuban refugees who were jailed for the attempted assassination of Fidel Castro. According to Odio’s testimony documented by the Warren Commission, in September of 1963 three men arrived unannounced at Odio’s apartment in Dallas. Two of the three men were of Hispanic descent, possibly Cuban or Mexican. These men identified themselves as “Leopoldo” and “Angelo.” The third man was a slender American who went by the name of “Leon Oswald.”

Empty Threats (Poem)

Empty threats, I must advice
Can take a toll on empty lives

For empty troughs spurn hunger pains
And empty stars do fade away

SHUT THE FUCK UP (Poem)

If you don’t SHUT THE FUCK UP
I’m a stick it where the sun don’t shine

I’m a burn you where the hyde don’t grow
I’m a find you where the bells don’t chime

Dorothy Day zoning dispute continues

The fight is on to save the Dorothy Day homeless shelter from a cease-and-desist order that was issued by the Zoning Board of Appeals at Danbury’s City Hall on Aug. 25.