Theoracism: It Starts
The young man rejoiced. He had passed the test. Though the material he had spent long hours studying differed significantly from the material on the test, he’d still managed to earn an A+ with extra credit points beside. A thick green 110% had appeared on his tablet screen, and he’d had to curb his excitement to keep from leaping out of his seat and cheering like a sports fan in an arena.
Philosophy. The word may sound eye-roll worthy in parents who have saved up thousands of dollars to send their child to college to become a doctor.
What Summer Saw
Summertime recalls the marches for Rights. The sweets and the slushes and the smiles All In color and in shades of black and White,
Through the Days of Heat
World’s delight brings splendor to the Breaking Day of summer. The whistling wind sends Fields Of barley gently swishing about the state, Shaking.
Jasmine and the Dust
On the winds of her thought she skipped And strolled. By harnessing the power of summer, She pushed forward enough strength and just rolled.
Faces Set Free
A dimple or freckle found on her face May now breathe freedom like a classic Song. The summer allows us in this one place
The hearty truth is a face without fear. Summertime beckons for the brave to Come. The time asks for warriors to be here.
Luxurious in the room of your mind, The honeysuckles grow because of the Way that Nature has power to just find And allow us all to simply just see.