The World Will Follow Joy
turning madness into flowers (new poems)
If I was president ("were may be substituted by those who prefer it")
From: poems for my girls
Don't be like those who ask for everything
Knowing you might someday come
Turning madness into flowers #1
What it feels like
Before I leave the stage
Working class hero
The ways of water
You want to grow old like the Carters
The answer is: live happily!
Word reaches us
When you see water
This is a story of how love works
Alice and Kwamboka
May it be said of me
And do you see what they have bought with it?
The tree of life has fallen
To change the world enough
Blessed are the poor in spirit
What do I get for getting old? a picture story for the curious!
Two boys on a pink tricycle
Coming to worship the 1,000-year-old cherry tree
Listening to Bedouins, thinking of Bob
Black and white cows
Worms won't need a menu
From paradise to paradise
Sailing the hot streets of Athens, Greece
Life takes its own sweet time
One meaning of the immaculate heart
To stand beaming and clapping
And in that sacred time
Why peace is always a good idea
The raping of maids
This human journey
In this you are wrong
Hope to sin only in the service of waking up
The part of God that stings
9/11: an irrelevant truth
The Buddha's disagreeable relative
We who have survived
Racism dates us
The world we want is us
The joyful news of your arrest
Every revolution needs fresh poems
The foolishness of captivity
Despair is the ground bounced back from
Occupying Mumia's cell
Another way to peace
We pay a visit to those who play at being dead
After many years and much silliness
When I join you
Going out to the garden.
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