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Joaquin Capehart (aka JaeCee The Poet) came in to talk about love lost, love gained, and love lost again. He also discusses his old books “Thoughts of a Spoken Poet” http://a.co/cTmy34Q , “Poems for Her” http://a.co/4LgJma8 , and his new to-be book “What if I Said…”.
This episode starts out with Jon, performing his poem “Semi-Autobiographic-Commentary”, for Poetry In The Park https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmwUVFAphHwpfoeeqNqg3Q/featured . Then Dom and Jon discuss the poem and touch on topics such as causality, Destiny, and Schrodinger’s Cat.
Audrey Dimola comes in to discuss her book “Wildlight: Poetry and Prose From Inside the Fire”. Jon reads an excerpt from the book, which is a catalyst to a discussion about the metaphysical / physical realms, heartbreak, travel, and philosophy.
Jon and Dom again discuss one of Jon’s poems from his book “Let’s Go For a Walk”, which can be found here http://a.co/4WXeAwZ or searching on Amazon for Jonathan Cherlin. Friend of the Dimolas, Joel, is also in the room as they discuss Jon’s Grandfather Leonard Cherlin, open-mics, losing loved ones, and related topics.
Have you ever been watching a movie, or Television show, and thought, “Hey, I wonder what [insert character] is doing right now while these two are arguing”? Otis would allow you to see just that, with a push of a button. Backwater Interactive has created a movie short, depicting one series of events, with the ability to switch to three different perspectives at any moment. Check out our interview with Otis co-creator Casey Stein. To experience Otis for yourself, go to https://nukhu.com/otis/
I feel completely awkward and uncomfortable. I am trying to invent a new language for myself; A new way to unlock the strangeness. How does the world make sense? Does the world make sense? The Universe is chaos. Humans are logical. Therefore, humans can only view the Universe as logical. I’ve met some that don’t though. I, myself, do not see the Universe as logical. So maybe I’m just talking myself up here. Continue reading “The Only Thing That Makes Sense”