Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

Maria Louise Kirk, from The story of Hiawatha, adapted from H. W. Longfellow by Winston Stokes, New York, 1910.

I’ve started writing without words
so that by the time I come to the page
it flows like water. Ohh lawd it
feels like Yemaya cause
thas where it all began.
To the water it is the water,
it is and will always return.

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But. Words.
Wow wait what
have you done to me.
Words or you or me
doesn’t really matter because
I didn’t really sleep
in the best possible way.

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I think I had a hangover. I mean from
not sleeping or from the sun or from
Nile Rogers last night smiling
at me the whole time cause
thas me next to the stage.

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Arms in the air and he wrote everythann
and I know this is a blessing cause
everyone is wearing white and
it’s like Bahia and Yemaya and me
I’m surfinn so nice. And
he is smilinn and
his singers are smilinn and
thas we why do this riigh.

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To be on stage to be the stage
all the world is a stage and me
I’m whpshh whpshh whpshh.

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Hayyy ~

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I am possessed like yess,
all this yesness
I am possessed. And
it’s been so long since I felt this
that I’m sayinn well ow as in wow as in yes.

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~Miss Rosen,
Go With Tha Flow