Good evening ladies and gentleman and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week will be about me! Well, my poem at least. This is an older joint I wrote back in 2002 called “Relapse, a killa among men.” The voice in this could be recognizable to some in different parts of their life, as a welcoming thought or a reminder of something horrible.
It’s up to your own imagination. Thanks again for stopping by.
Relapse (a killa’ among men)
rotten alliance I
dangerous acts preceding
you asked for excitement
and received, KAM
craving for attention,
naw, you conceived
the egoism of
society, but still
fight sheet storms
of landslide pawns,
in spirit is
you adore wonders, without
insight of its
Who is KAM?
Certain leaders who grin
and speak with no honor?
souljahs gripe for meaning beyond
the information war.
Greetings everyone. While I continue to figure out how to do my widgets again, here is my Facebook author page that I would love for everyone to follow as well. Below is my description and it will also have a lot content from other social media. Enjoy and thank you all for the support. Being an up and coming can be challenging at times but your support, seriously makes it worthwhile!
K.G. Bethlehem fathers one daughter, and has been writing since the late 1990s and has evolved into an accomplished author, poet, conscious-minded individual, narrative storyteller, and overall excellent writer. He was also a former General Manger and writer for Some’n Unique Magazine, LLC. He was also a former host of Books, Jazz, Coffee & Smoke and KG’s Thoughts for the Moment podcasts respectfully.
K.G. Bethlehem specializes in the Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Dystopia genres where he combines well-thought storylines with vivid imagination to comprise to ultimate reading experience.
He has self-published 5 books including his most recent full-length novel, “Astronomical”, and “Shadow Within A City”, which was co-authored with F. Kenneth Taylor, as well as his newest publication and short-story, “The Forever Spring”. He’s the Co-Creator of the 2004 Dark-Comic release, “ShadowKill”. K.G. Bethlehem formerly wrote articles for the Fairfax County Juvenile Domestic Relations Court Newspaper. He currently has several upcoming projects.
Good evening everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week, I will admit is one of the best poems I read this year and that is saying a lot from the many wonderful works I showcased. Check out Musehick’s work called “death to easy listening” and see for yourself.
death to easy listening
i want music that requires effort
complicated polyrhythmic or atonal
skipping along the edge of coherence
substance versus appearance
the interplay and interference
i want african beats, and cuban tweaks
and gamelan turns and repeats
i want to hear the swirl
that captures the chaotic beauty of the world
i do not want background listening
maybe dream of nashville
maybe new orleans
all these beautiful scenes
where the music in the landscape
makes it onto the mixtape
makes it onto the dubplate
all the stems mixed
the beauty isn’t broken; doesn’t need to be fixed