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Color Pencil Jargon

Color Pencil Jargon

He painted cities of light for her and she showed him how to walk on water, but their words were nothing but color pencil jargon, washed away by morning rain

Without the Need to be Called Flower 

Without the Need to be Called Flower 

Grown, I am, in physicality But mentally molded, I am, by your philosophy I sat, child-like, eyes wide Absorbing every mannerism Noting, mentally How I will grow myself Away from gardens of colloquial blossoms Just as you grew yourself In desiccated dirt And later came […]

Resistance of the Wind

Resistance of the Wind

She is a kite Sky high In between clouds of thunderous thoughts Dependent on the resistance of the wind She soars and dives Absolutely content with turbulence It is the paper in the sky she pities Colorful and bright Yet caught on a thread Of […]

Always With Words To Sell

Always With Words To Sell

Words we raised, to be fed and groomed; words we grew to be left unused. Why can’t we say the ones that we need to? Why are we afraid of our own creations?

Detox

Detox

Cymbals and drums From ostracized music Beating to unheard lyrics Sway in her mind like drunken ideas As she fights a sobriety from childish creativity. The beauty in the music pulls her out from her societal cast, gifting her with a breath of cool air […]

The Future They Forgot to Imagine

The Future They Forgot to Imagine

The audacity they hold to deem her conceptions antiquated burns a desire into her to disprove that the future reigns us all. Memories are our true governors.

Binary

Binary

You always have a choice

See (ABC Series)

See (ABC Series)

A brief poetic admonition inspired by George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984.


Are you kavarakind?

KavaraKind

KavaraKind

The KavaraKind are people who are FIERCE, inquisitive, and creative against all odds. They are not afraid to question the music they hear; they are not afraid to beat their own drum in response. They understand that they are not off beat, as they may be told, and hold their head high, continually marching to their own music. They take pride in their INDIVIDUALITY, their bohemian nature, and their adventure to carve a path in front of them and leave a trail behind.

The KavaraKind speak out for what they believe in and stand up for those who have lost their voice. They DEFY STEREOTYPES, for they are creators and artists, dreamers and misfits, learners and teachers, revolutionaries and pioneers. They live for experiences, they live to make magic. They live to make a difference.

The KavaraKind initiative aims to celebrate these souls and moreover, to PROVE that no matter where in the world we are, we all share some common thoughts, desires, and interests. The world is seemingly condensing, yet we are somehow growing apart from each other. We make unfair judgements and burn bridges before we even have the thought to consider what might be on the other side. Our life is a journey – rivers and canyons are inevitable. If we don’t cross these passes, we will forever be afraid of the unknown. Let’s work together and create a world full of beautiful bridges. We are born EXPLORERS.

WE ARE THE KAVARA KIND.

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Take a look at the first KavaraKind story:

Too Young to Know

young girl

 

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