Tag: poetry

Hold On

Contributing writer and spoken word artist Devonnie Black brings us into her mind as she juggles the eternal artist struggle of creative lust vs. real life. Hold on. go. let go. let go. wait. she is still. her body is still. her mind? her mind…. her mind is havoc. I

You’ve Been Asleep For A While

 Devonnie Ashara Black shares her latest piece inspired by our new movement composition Persephone. Let me remind you of the hips that gave birth to your idols and your nations. The place betwixt my thighs you’ve mistakenly confused for your salvation, As if its existence is solely for your stimulation.

Persephone: The Queen of the Shade

A brief look into the inspiration behind “Persephone” our latest work for SAM Remix. Once upon a time, when she was playing in a flowery meadow with her Nymph companions, Kore (Persephone was titled Kore (the Maiden) as the goddess of spring’s bounty) was seized by Hades and carried off

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