Angel mankeep growing those wingstogether we’ll fly out of here. Genie Nakano, on “Spillwords”, today, Sept.29,2020 November 3, 2020, USA votes– that’s when we fly!
a wise woman in Norwich, England once said “When we are old and careless” inside my bones clattered for a moment I was free. cold bones luke warm blood wrists of a sparrow no wings. my left hip clicks in a silver joint unstable yet balanced titanium tensile strength decrees to out last me. somethingContinue reading “Murasaki”
the tree to the telephone says “keep your wires to yourself” let me grow my way Genie Nakano
this is my hoodwhere concrete meets the skyneon lights twinklehumanity in your faceborn here, loved here, die here I was born in East L.A., Boyle Heights, CA USA in the Japanese American Hospital, May 15, 1948. Racists in America often refused to care or treat Japanese Americans, so we built our own hospital in BoyleContinue reading “this is…”
afraid of heightsI love to fly in my dreamsfar awayabove the eartheverything is clear Genie Nakano
Yellow lightshave turned to greenuncross your fingersuncross your legsthe clock is ticking to our pulse. On your feet open the window shades Look Listen next moment tell me more… Genie Nakano, 5 /20/2020