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Truckin’… got my chips cashed in: the end to a life of racial ambiguity

There is a strangeness in being mixed race that one could never understood by a person who has never walked in our shoes. Most mixed race people have a racial ambiguity.  That is to say, people often say “what ARE … Continue reading

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Le Chant Raisonnable Des Anges

A Season in Hell- Rimbaud The angels sweetly reasonable song rises from the rescue ship – it is divine love – two loves! I could die from earthly love, die of devotion.  I’ve left souls behind whose pain will grow … Continue reading

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