Yearning for the scent of the feminine, Her arched feet and delicate angelic toes, Breaths and high pitched melodies of moans, The scent of cleanly natural manly musk & colon and sweat, Semen of the sensual, Fulfilling your spirit, bringing your heart nearer, To that which Created you, and loves you as I wishContinue reading “the aromatic feminine”
Bernie Sanders was not presidential [sadly to say – despite many of his ideals being great – if not the best compared to his counterparts]. That is something the American people are struggling to grasp – especially the youth. What is – ‘presidential’? Donald Trump – is not presidential. But for reasons different than Bernie.Continue reading “Who Really is ‘Presidential’? Thoughts Ahead of Tonight’s Debate – #Election2016”
Man I’m humbled to take the stage with these magnificent musicians of all manifestations. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to share my sufi revelations with you // special thanks to Red Lion Pub for having us:
new piece: ‘Ottoman Child’ … listen! art & music by moi
To celebrate this wonderful day, I’d like to give you guys a flashback to one of my favorite songs. Remember, “Afraid to be King”? That sample though!
Islamic liberalism is not a myth, but to assume that it seeks to mimic the West, ignores that the West itself has shortcomings in the realm of authentic liberalism. It becomes difficult to gauge really what is the so-called problem ailing the Middle East, when one does so from a perspective shaped by Occidentalism –Continue reading “A Legacy of Liberalism in the Middle East – Between the Orient and the Occident”
“The Gift” Art by Nermine Hammam Executively Produced by KRIKOS Presented by Colours of the Culture
Finishing up the final touches for my album. This one is for Orlando. Somewhere in the sight of my mind. TwoCanDan. Red Lights District. My album is coming soon. In January of 2016. https://soundcloud.com/krikos88/birdman Thank you for all of your support. I am forever grateful.
While I stand with solidarity with my Muslim brothers and sisters, I must make the statement that not all Muslims have long beards, wear hijabs or are super religious. In fact, my interpretation of Islam would likely be deemed too liberal for the hardline orthodoxy. But that’s when things get political. Just keep in mind, thereContinue reading “Sufi in America”