Poetry Reading – “When the Storm is Over”

Originally published October 18, 2018, this piece has been recorded previously as one of the first recordings I posted here (at https://objectsanddistance.com/2020/12/13/when-the-storm-is-over-2/, along with a photograph (which was what I started adding around the time I began recording, eventually evolving to artwork). I am re-recording and reposting this, as my dear friend Jasmine (https://www.instagram.com/mine_primel/) has … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “When the Storm is Over”

Poetry Reading – The Good Days

This post revisits a previous piece I had written, adding an audio recording as well as artwork. The artwork for today's post is another collaboration with Jasmine, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/mine_primel/. (Once more, if you would like to work with me on anything, please connect.) Originally published February 1, 2019, this piece was a reflection … Continue reading Poetry Reading – The Good Days

5:05

"5:05" - Recorded 3/31/2022 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them Maybe, to listen:Eyes, hands,A mouth, dripping withSalt,The taste of your patient breath,To be heard. The moon will one day know the groundAs it spins, closer;I, tooWill dissolve,Dust to you. Move now,The body takes youTo dim lights,Hum,Low din. Will we findJeweled rinds and … Continue reading 5:05

Tu Trampa

This piece was written in collaboration with my good friend and frequent collaborator, DJ Mary Luz, aka Malu (instagram.com/alhamdulillah_djmalu/). "Tu Trama" - Recorded 2/23/2022 - Auroraboros and Malu - Objects, and the Distance Between Them Malu: En tu trampa caí,Del deseo a la tentaciónQuise probartu venenoY ahora no puedocon la maldición… Maldición, tan sublimeDe recordar … Continue reading Tu Trampa

Something like the sun (2_22_22)

"Something like the sun (2_22_22) " - Recorded 2-22-2022 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them In the depth of a welcome breast,crying out,open heart like lungs,mouth,to draw you in;it's been so hard to breathe, lately. Baby, Iplace on open palm, pressed,yet not in lock / step,give to take, seldom best. It was … Continue reading Something like the sun (2_22_22)