WordArc: Sorrel's Articles/rss/SorrelRSS Feed for WordArc: Sorrel's Articlesen-usTue, 12 July 2016 06:19:48 GMTTue, 12 July 2016 06:19:48 GMTWordArc RSS 2.0 GeneratorWordArc@wordarc.comWordArc@wordarc.comto the creator/Sorrel/2014/12/16/to_the_creatorAlamir. I am writing as if this is your wall.... or maybe more like a message in a bottle, because I feel like the mighty wordarc has been left abandoned and might as well be a platform for exchanging banalities. Just so you know: I remembered... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2014/12/16/to_the_creator2014-12-16 22:38:24/Sorrel/2014/12/16/to_the_creatorMaterialist Love Poem/Sorrel/2011/05/26/Materialist_Love_PoemI run my fingers over your smooth skin, I touch your every curve and crevice. You are hard when you are pressed up against me, but you make me feel beautiful. I could stare at you for hours, you complement me perfectly, you are the perfect s... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2011/05/26/Materialist_Love_Poem2011-05-26 18:51:38/Sorrel/2011/05/26/Materialist_Love_PoemThe Wretched Ordinary/Sorrel/2008/11/14/The_Wretched_OrdinaryI have used up my faith, such that sensationalism takes the place of true experience I repeat the pictures of my past to new faces as I'm jerked this way and that on the same bus The bloody bodies of muslims on the streets of Brooklyn, as their... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/11/14/The_Wretched_Ordinary2008-11-14 15:00:17/Sorrel/2008/11/14/The_Wretched_OrdinaryNew York Winter/Sorrel/2008/10/15/New_York_WinterBitter cold seeps through the seams Shift from foot to foot to stay warm Dream of cozy furs and Shut out the beating winds Others run to the same tune Each step echoes a hundred times The multitudes in stride as one In circles along t... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/10/15/New_York_Winter2008-10-15 14:09:31/Sorrel/2008/10/15/New_York_WinterA shriveled blue thing/Sorrel/2008/09/29/A_shriveled_blue_thingA blue balloon fell from the sky. Maybe cobalt. A matching blue ribbon, I think that blue is cobalt The ribbon, it's trailing behind the bright plastic clump, the thing is shriveled, insignificant unsalvageable garbage now lying on the ceme... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/09/29/A_shriveled_blue_thing2008-09-29 21:40:51/Sorrel/2008/09/29/A_shriveled_blue_thingDEFENDING THE LAND: ATENCO REVOLTS/Sorrel/2008/09/17/DEFENDING_THE_LAND%3A_ATENCO_REVOLTSPolitical activists got naked this past weekend to raise awareness of the police brutality and injustice taking place in Atenco, Mexico. In 2002 Atenco residents fought for the right to keep their land when the government proposed the expropriatio... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/09/17/DEFENDING_THE_LAND%3A_ATENCO_REVOLTS2008-09-17 17:13:07/Sorrel/2008/09/17/DEFENDING_THE_LAND%3A_ATENCO_REVOLTSSelected/Sorrel/2008/09/13/SelectedLilies They have bloomed then died since your eyes rested upon their now vacant space Immortalized with a flash Skewed at angles unclear anesthetizing the one who looks there with splayed petals sweet perfume and such innocen... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/09/13/Selected2008-09-13 22:07:12/Sorrel/2008/09/13/SelectedThe Antithesis of the Whiffenpoofs/Sorrel/2008/07/18/The_Antithesis_of_the_WhiffenpoofsDavid Macaulay’s Baaa is a tragically humorous satire that squeezes its way under the umbrella of Children's Literature by conforming to the standards of the classical animal fable. The novel begins “There is no record of when the last person... Continue Reading at: /Sorrel/2008/07/18/The_Antithesis_of_the_Whiffenpoofs2008-07-18 00:15:19/Sorrel/2008/07/18/The_Antithesis_of_the_Whiffenpoofs