The Harbinger Poetry Series – release date schedule

Harbinger Poetry Series + List of Poems 100DPIVol One – The Red Poem – released date Friday, May, 17, 2019
I am a captain – a poet shaman
walking, sailing, flying
the wanderers / the sacred monsters
through oceans wrapped in captivated minds.

What happens when mythology starts to live within you? The Red Poem deals with lamenting mythical voices. This collection focuses on life as a game board for unseen forces. These poems will talk about the Fallen Daughter, the apocalypse of the Soul, strangers who keep you walking in the night and the lovers who will only know your night time flesh.

Memories stand in doorways
like late night hookers
like an abused child who can’t sleep;
like a thief waiting
to steal your night treasures;
like a fading ghost believing it still has life.

This is the first volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book poetry series about the dark night of the soul as it journeys through light and darkness.

Vol Two – Slave Theater: Poems – release date Friday, May 31, 2019
Washed off his vampire kisses.
Took his name off my skin;
and was again a garden though
he still peeked through the gate.
There was no door for him to enter.
This garden is no man’s cemetery to lie around
and drink their fill.

The Dead are seeking Life. This collection of Gnostic poems deals with mythical and spiritual themes. These poems are the inner voices rising to take center stage in our psyche and coping with the frustrations of colonization not only physically but mentally. These poems are the lament of a soul awakening to flesh time imprisonment; spiritual and shamanistic experiences, sexual mindsets, being black, gay and conditioned to maintain a slave mentality.

These poems are not for
colonization nor to be culturally lassoed
or have makeshift nooses to wear
or to terminate underground poems
whose voices initiate the cocooning
from the corrupting errors
seeking occupation within individuality.
This autobiographical voice is
not tethered to occupied lands / bodies.
I will lead my poems from
the gold fixation and from
the plague infested colonizers
who uses their shadows as wardens.

Slave Theater is the second volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book series about the dark night of the soul escaping colonization physically and mentally. The battle for the soul is never ending.

Washed off his vampire kisses.
Took his name off my skin;
and was again a garden though
he still peeked through the gate.
There was no door for him to enter.
This garden is no man’s cemetery to lie around
and drink their fill.

The Dead are seeking Life. This collection of gnostic poems deals with mythical and spiritual themes. These poems are the inner voices rising to take center stage in our psyche and coping with the frustrations of colonization not only physically but mentally. These poems are the lament of a soul awakening to flesh time imprisonment; spiritual and shamanistic experiences, sexual mindsets, being black, gay and conditioned to maintain a slave mentality.

These poems are not for
colonization nor to be culturally lassoed
or have makeshift nooses to wear
or to terminate underground poems
whose voices initiate the cocooning
from the corrupting errors
seeking occupation within individuality.
This autobiographical voice is
not tethered to occupied lands / bodies.
I will lead my poems from
the gold fixation and from
the plague infested colonizers
who uses their shadows as wardens.

Slave Theater is the second volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book series about the dark night of the soul as it journeys through light and darkness.

Vol Three – Harbinger Poems of Light in Darkness – release date Friday, June 14, 2019
Was dream bound in rituals that stagnates
the wanderer into the desert of gods
with their madness magnified
as hauntings, as night strangers,
as the bestial-demonic; as sirens with
stomachs like an abyss and a
cave mouth with a sage sitting
at the entrance changing the inhaling breathe
and imitations of the minotaur, satyrs
and angels now withering
have bent one over to The Artificial Ones
with back door eyes
as their fetish image hangs everywhere;
but now, I have washed them out of my hair.

What will you do when the voices within are ready to take center stage in your awakened consciousness? How will you carry your darkness? Will you be a tomb for the ancestors? Are you ready to eat shadows? Or…are you just a rental space for unseen forces. “Harbinger” is a collection of gnostic poetry that talks about facing one’s shadows, being the returning ancestor and embracing the darkness that holds the Hidden One.

I am a Terrible Beauty that sits
at the crossroad with questions.
Voiceless in the hands of strangers;
yet this night barge traverses their underworlds.

Not wanted by most, ignored by many and
left lonely in stranger’s night flesh excursions.
Yet, I am a safe underground garden.

Will you know your name to touch me?

…I am the darkness not of the Father.
I am Life not bound by Artificial Ones.
I am the sons who are many who became
the One…the Fallen Daughter rising.

This is the third volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book Gnostic poetry series about the storms rising beneath the skin and being victimized in time-oriented flesh.

Vol Four – Caravan of Faceless Men: Poems – release date Friday, June 28, 2019
The morning-after strangers leave you nameless but something else is alive inside you. The voice enters you through mirrors, open doors at night, through food, through curses, through conversations judging. You couldn’t name it. It was a stranger; an interloper in your activities. You were being disconnected from your streaming self. The name calling voice cracked the Earth self. And you – as antenna – started broadcasting false news, receiving images that changed the frequency of your body as unseen hands are reaching from a soul’s night through the walls. Everything you have denied is returning and not always in a recognizable form. A “Caravan of Faceless Men” is about facing the return of our judgments, the astral corpses we have made, and the night strangers that have named us into dark places. We were not made to be obedient.

This wounded face will not praise
as I baste in your theatrical offerings.
Will not be characterized
by inheriting your howling winds
nor let your deceiving light
be a messianic touch
but an entry denied to this heart.

This is the fourth volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book Gnostic poetry series.

Vol Five – From My Descent: Poems – release date Friday, July 12, 2019
…who sees this island in a fog?
Its workings is remote from others
yet the shaman-poet unfolds
as an island for the lost to inhabit
as its spider aspects
weave islands into a world
beyond the confines of aborted deities…

These poems are ancestral voices speaking; the laments of the soul experiencing its journey through the underworld realities to remember itself. It is about the poet-shaman serving as gatekeeper. It is about being the good and the bad lover; about being the stranger as a poem. The inner voices take center stage in “From My Descent” as they lament their Nigredo time. The way out is one’s descent into divine madness so the soul will be free of the god spells.

We carry a monstrous soul
and its emanations are wrapped around
the shoulder.
Its head and tentacles like
magic wands act as hands holding
a lamenting voice singing of being exiled….

This is the fifth volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book series about the soul’s pregnant darkness.

Vol Six – Prison Mind in a Flesh Odyssey: Poems – release Friday, July 26, 2019
To know Life you keep dying over and over again and each morning brings you back to life in the world of the Artificial Ones and their game board realities. These poems are about extracting the self from the narratives that has kept one objectified and sexualized. When one looks into their darkness, they not only see their fears that have become self-aware but the shadows of those who have intruded into their consciousness. Prison Mind in a Flesh Odyssey is about the unfinished voices speaking.

Is it a wrongful death when
his hands trespass and brings
me out of self; lament that the
door to the cocoon is closed
and strangers bring moisture
to glue bedsheets to seal
like a mummy’s wrapping.
Insane when not harbored in self
and drowning in touches
defiling and exiling this Living Vision.

Prison Mind in a Flesh Odyssey is the sixth volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book gnostic poetry series about the apocalyptic journey of the soul to free itself from being a whore in the marketplace.

Vol Seven – Riding the Night Mare: Poems – release date Friday, August 9, 2019
Darkness matters! When darkness will know The Darkness, one begins re-membering, recalling, surrendering and embracing one’s darkness in all the forms it has taken. These poems are about the darkness of flesh…being in servitude to stranger’s nocturnal yearnings and becoming a pregnant darkness.

…night bus strangers
revise the drafts of self
as you inherit their winds
murmured from fields of cotton…

Are you ready to face the darkness you have placed in others and the darkness that has been placed within you? “Riding the Night Mare” is a gnostic collection of poetry about becoming a master without slaves.

…inside must be heard
so you turn off hands
renting space to drop coins
to be ferry through the river below.
Hands like mouths mislead.

“Riding the Night Mare” is the seventh volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book Gnostic poetry series about a poet who becomes the darkness that awakens The Turning Light.

Vol Eight – Unnamed to Be Named: Poems – release date Friday, August 23, 2019
Imagine your name is a prison for your soul and the only way out is to free yourself from all the names you have been called or institutionalized in or enslaved in because of your skin color or gender identity. “Unnamed to be Named” is a collection of gnostic poetry exploring how the soul has been shackled by being named into ‘sunken places’, whored in names and made a drunk wanderer even in places where angels and demons do not want to look. When we forget the power of words we become slaves in a prison mind mentality. We must learn to speak our self into creation and not be a mule in other’s expectations.

…Waiting to be a structure
outside of a psychopathic architect.
I am not ordered for recycle
as this voice ceases being
a womb for fractured god things…

“Unnamed to be Named” is the eighth volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book Gnostic poetry series about claiming sovereignty and authority of self.

Vol Nine: Cracked Pedestal: Poems – release date Friday, September 6, 2019
Think of being on a pedestal observing the world but not participating and then some unknown force pushes you off the pedestal. Now, the world you had observed – you are now an active participant. The poetry in “Cracked Pedestal” is about alienation in a life that is a prison existence in flesh and the only way out is going within.

…The phallic pedestal is cracked.
You have stood at many crossroads
whispering wisdom into travelers’ ears.
You are more than just a weeping basket
for strangers. You are more than
a figure head above a grave holding
a corpse’s laments. You are more
than just a stained object when one
fears the touch of their desires.
You explore wounds
in this experimental game soil of the soul.

We walk – now – the roads of creation unnamed.

This is the ninth and last volume in The Harbinger Poetry Series, a nine book Gnostic poetry series about the dark apocalyptic night of the soul.

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