Author Archives: Namaya

At 62, before I go… and a brief Update

                        I’m not going, yet… I’m mostly healthy and fit, a lot of bumps and bruises from life.   It is nearing autumn, friends had died this past year, and the memory of their incomplete lives haunts me.   The rustling bones of autumn leaves dance in the wind.   ... Read More »

DWB (Driving while Black)IN VERMONT

  Two friends from Cameroon were guests of ours for a few days. Both are well educated and well spoken, and have lived in the USA for a few years.  They indicated they were traveling by car in Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut;   I reluctantly gave them my perspective on DWB, Driving While Black, a phenomena that is well known to ... Read More »

Celebrate Life: Viva La Vida – Introduction

  Yes. Yes – to life.  Yes – to the extraordinary possibilities in life. What inspires you? What is your manifesto in life? What satisfies you deeply – to the bone?  “Celebrate Life” are stories, anecdotes, and, yes, poems about the journey of life.  Don’t be scared of the poems.  They ain’t fancy or intellectual things; they’re more bread and ... Read More »

This Is Child Rape

An art installation by Namaya about the cover up in the Catholic Church. A plea for Pope Francis to finally do something to stop this. “This is not pedophilia. This is Child Rape. Stop Child Rape!” Read More »

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