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Naniki: Frank Collymore Hall 2016

I’m passionate about jazz…. I soooo love it! I was sitting on this piece that was inspired by my trip to the Frank Collymore Hall here in Barbados for the Naniki Music Festival’s night back in January. I came home and wrote this piece, and let it simmer for a while.  Please enjoy it! Naniki: … Continue reading


Here’s a nice romantic poem for you…. “G” Two hearts reach across the abyss of time And kiss; merging before eyes ever made four. This is a perfect Universe, and though perfect love May not yet exist, Passion grows with joy! You challenge, excite – my wanton girl, Singing in the key of G Whenever … Continue reading

You, Me, Jazz and Poetry

Here’s a new poem about two of my favourite topics – women and jazz.  It’s a nice romantic piece. Please enjoy… You, Me, Jazz and Poetry You, me, jazz, and poetry, Combining seductively Into single entity. Joining – Producing ecstatic sensory Overload. We dance Hearts swaying rhythmic in time to music’s magic; Taken to levels … Continue reading


This poem was inspired by listening to some pumping jazz – especially a musical conversation between a violin and a saxophone … Big ups to Naniki Jazz Safari for an awesome weekend!  For those who are not Barbadian – the title of this piece is a nod to the location for this particular day’s event … Continue reading

Soul Mate

I’m running really late for dVerse OpenLinkNight… thank God it goes on for 2-3 days, right? Anyhow, this is a love poem I wrote about three days ago. Hope it helps you remember your significant other… Enjoy – Soul Mate I will stare deep into your eyes Captured Mesmerised Hypnotised My heart will slowly realize … Continue reading


This is the second poem I wrote inspired by Christmas Jazz 2011.  If you are here for the first time, go here to read the first one.  I was so buzzed that I had to get all my scatting out … I think it was only after I got the outline of this piece down … Continue reading


This is one of two poems I wrote last year in December after going to an annual jazz concert that I try not to miss.  Jazz is my favourite genre of music, and any time I hear a saxophone I get all excited! Last year’s concert was awesome, as usual, and I was so buzzed … Continue reading

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