Right to Cultivate

  • Oh, hello.

    I have got to work through these feelings. It is anxiety, fear, lack of hope…full of despair. A mindset that makes pain or numbness

    May 22, 2020 • Right to Cultivate, Right to Verse • Views: 2267

  • Quarantine Spring

    Quarantine Spring. There is always something about the changing of the seasons. That clinging feeling of nostalgia, lingering, as the unspeakable trace of molecular sequences transform to meet our quarterly need. In 2020, our

    April 27, 2020 • Right to Cultivate, Right to Verse • Views: 2532

  • Water

    Water Camaray Davalos   Like water, we quench each others’ thirst for less than a cent a day; thirst for love, knowledge, art, revolution, hope. Why demand anything in exchange for something that runs through our veins for

    April 10, 2020 • Right to Verse • Views: 2538

  • In Parts

      In Parts  Camaray Davalos Part I. Can I embrace you from the inside? like elderflower, warm and curative. or from the outside, like a sunny day; oh, to be healing. Part II. I want you to require my essence like a

    December 26, 2019 • Right to Cultivate, Right to Verse • Views: 1712

  • Otherside

    By Camaray Davalos The locus of your discomfort The anima of your grandmother (Who you constantly look for in others but will never openly admit)   Patron saint of humble-brag who tugs, tickles, traps your attention Patron

    October 18, 2018 • Right to Cultivate, Right to Verse • Views: 2329

  • How Academia Killed My Self Concept

    Part poem, part blog entry, this has been something that I have needed to write, to get out. Maybe you’ll find some of yourself in it; Maybe not. -Camaray Your self concept ain’t what it used to be, sometimes it’s like

    January 5, 2017 • Right to Verse • Views: 3761

  • Feed Your Feed

    Feed Your Feed We’re all guilty of posting those mouth-watering pleasures, however psychologists today speculate that foodstamgramming actually creates negative relationships with food. In the age of sharing, it will always be

    July 30, 2015 • Right To Culture, Right to Verse, Uncategorized • Views: 10965

  • Stuck In Time: How GZA Inspired Me To Take It Slow

    You may have noticed that out on the dance floor time seems to skip by, yet when you’re sitting in class (especially one you don’t like) it creeps ever so slow. In fact that’s how it seems a lot of our activities go; the

    July 28, 2015 • Right To Culture, Right to Music, Right to Verse • Views: 3403

  • Call to şungáal.

    If someone is something more than she, she will not congratulate;she will not commend: she will simply not see. And that is the tragedy of being a woman. Where in society, we are taught to compete Not taught to love, up lift,

    March 17, 2015 • Right to Verse • Views: 3434

  • No. 1170

    I am far from where I came from. I would try to make a sound, but no one would hear me. I would try to make a move, but no one would see me. I don’t mind death; I was never afraid to die. But now that I’m gone I’m afraid

    November 13, 2014 • Right to Cultivate, Right to Verse • Views: 2930