BON JOUNEN KWEYOL 2018 ST LUCIE!


By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir When October comes around, it’s time to head to beautiful SAINT LUCIA for one of the most culturally-rich festivals in the world! The highly anticipated annual Jounen Kwéyòl (Creole Day) festival is routinely celebrated on the stunning, topographical Caribbean island on the last Sunday of the month across island. Saint Lucia sits nestled with poise between Martinique and St. Vincent, arrayed with … Continue reading BON JOUNEN KWEYOL 2018 ST LUCIE!

A DAY’S CATCH


  By Roland E. Williams   At four, or a little after Silently to the shore Boat straining young bodies Today not everyone is present No one minds No one must care This time of day silences sounds All are being quiet as they begin Tongues too heavy to move Now still far to go Will they recall that? Now they pull, They raise, They … Continue reading A DAY’S CATCH

UNHAPPY TO BE AN ADULT


  By Roland E. Williams   Your presence never made a difference When you were far away You could have been anyone, The image that fades with contentment Or strengthens in despair Like a child, it lost its fidelity, Once it had matured There were understated tears Now it seems so long ago At times not long enough That’s why I wonder how you are … Continue reading UNHAPPY TO BE AN ADULT

WHAT MORE CAN WE ASK FOR?


  By Roland E. Williams   Has there been a sunrise without a thought of you? A heartbeat for you that was ever untrue? An intake of air that has not left me glowing? The warmth of your love so overflowing My mind as contented as a calm sea. Embraced by your arms tight around me. We shall become more one than one can be. … Continue reading WHAT MORE CAN WE ASK FOR?