today friday, as usual, a post having to do with cancer. to finish off april, the poetry month, i’ll serve up three poems. the first one is one i wrote shortly before my friend nikaiah jaguar left us. nikaiah butterfly woman your bones are so thin the moon shines through some say the moths are… Continue reading frozen pea friday: poems about cancer
a few years ago on easter, first united church in vancouver’s downtown eastside carried a cross through the neighbourhood. it was a big, simple cross – and there were needles stuck all over it. the christ of the drug addicts. an image i will never forget. there is much about the message of the new… Continue reading merry christmas, spammers!