Zamounde Allie
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Here it comes, there it is, what you want, what you need, and so "hear" it is; "sea" the flow pushing from your eyes to your ears to erode the fear to say what you think and feel; that's what makes a poet for real.

Days pass like trees blowing in the wind. Footsteps survive while others erode, get old, or are covered up. That's where the Footstepper steps in to lay down renewed forms, and place the revived in concrete. The Word Engineer Zamounde Allie the Footstepper has been in the "game" for over ten years. Many have crossed his paths and shared the stage with this poet, so as they say the proofs in the pudding. Give him the mic any time, any where, and he will have something to say.

He has been on many poetic adventures to include: a founding member and staff writer for Dialogue magazine ('92-'94) in Charleston South Carolina, and published As the World Burns ('95). Aided in the initial foundation of the Sankofa Poets, co-produced the Sankofa radio poetry show for over 2 years ('97-'99) and has assisted the monthly Tongue Lashing open mic contest, and The Writeous publication/CD series in Little Rock, Arkansas ('99). If you want to know for real you will find what he has done so far, some where out there on someone's bookshelf, Internet site, open mic session recording, booklets in the gutters and streets, or a CD rack. He packs much of what he does in a backpack so his journey is continuous. It's all about the positive vibration, not the earth shaking. What has he learned on his trek? He learned that "Fast Money Got", that "Poppa Cracked", and that he has been "Released". If you put it on paper it's no longer vapor, that people still hate you for brainwashed reasons, but love still is in season. If you look in to the eyes of the audience you have confidence in what you're doing (saying). You can be whatever you want; it's just so hard to be you in a crowd of pleasers, teasers, biters and reciters, haters and debaters, the lost and misguided, the stuck on Shakespeare and afraid to move. Stand tall BP. Have conviction, allow yourself to grow, don't become a pattern of wallpaper; simply repeating what was already done and said without your own personal input and thought (filtration). We are not cattle so don't be so easily sold (fed), or led astray. Days pass like trees blowing in the wind, but who will pick up the leaves(debris)to keep the truth exposed? Brothers and sisters we are the key to open doors against unafirmitive actions.

Love to all I have been in contact with, worked with, helped, and those who've helped me. My aspirations are to reach the peak, jump off with a parachute of words, and drift in the jet stream of the mind of those willing to look up and catch the "Paper Vapors". Ha-haaaaaaaaaaa yeah! Visit Po-Fiction for more poetry and fiction.

TimBookTu is the place overall. Brother Memphis is on point for real with this electronic nation, and watering hole of nourishing creation (building). Move things with the mind first, put it into physical action, and let your spirit glow. Light it up! You don't have to be a star to shine.

Thanks.

Email him at pofiction@gmail.com for further information. Zamounde the Footstepper, a Timbooktu New Nation Poet.


Works on TimBookTu by Zamounde the Footstepper

Fiction

Could Have Been Is Still Gold
On The Job
Schizo's Footsteps
Same Old Same Ol' [Excerpt]
Who Shot Who? What!

Poetry

11 September
9-1-1
Against The Flow
A Letter to the Senator
A Man's Cry
Am I Still That Lazy--In Salute to Malcolm
A Message From Abroad
A Poem From Rome
A Shout
Asleep/Awake
A Taste Of It with Janala
Between
By Any Means
Call It As You See It Child
Car-Know Sin
Cin'
Democracy-Hypocrisy
Enough
Every Clown with Nyaman
Except
Flushed
For Realin' with Tracy Mckever
For the Pickin
Get It Up with Jamal Sharif
Holla!
Hot
I
I Don't Know
If I
I Had to Say
I Know You Know
I'm Coming Around ("As the World Burns")
Inspiring the Next Generation with Nii Parkes
In The Mix
It Is, Hear
I Want To Know
JC + (M - S)= G
Jelly or Jam with Nakia Mothershed
J-E-S-U-S
Just There
Kickin' It with Danielle Walton
Label Not (No Plot)
Lady-Like Music
Last Gas
LC
Life Feathers
Like Steam We Shall Rise
Line Jumper
Lost Love
Lou Yall
Love Smoke
Love To Hate
M.E.D.I.A. Manipulation Engineers Destroying Interdependent America
Me/You
Monkneeka Loosewhisky
My Best End
New Thing
No Pencil Could Erase
Ode to the Junkie
On the Dance Flo'
One Page with Janala
Pan-Ism (You Kan't Be Last When You Were First!)
Pipe Esteem
Poetic Circle with Nakia Shy
Quickity Quick
Reveal
Relativity
Scar Issue
Seven Days of Kwanzaa
She Was and She Is
Still
Surprise!
Tell 'Em This
Tell Me It's Black February Again
That Confusion
That Day with Misha Granado
The Book's Open
The Call Of A Lady
The C-Journey
The Detroition
The Drink You Don't Need
The Good Stuff
The Kiss
The Message
The Plan with Cinque Brown
The Project's
The Reel Deal
The Roll That Never Ends with B.T. Bonner
The Storm
The Trip
To A Friend
To Be with Nakia Mothershed
To The Woman I Love
Traveled Reflections
Trippin' On the Bus in the 80's
Untitled
Venting
Wants & Needs
Wear, Tear(Rip)
What If with Jamal Sharif
What "IT" Is
What Poets Do with Barbara Houston
What's Black?
What's Civil In Right
Where Ya' At
Why
Why Me
Will You?
You Do That
You Know Me with Jasmin Evans
Young, Gifted & Atoned with Taharka the Naturalman
Zo Much To Zay

Essays

Eye Speak
Life Statement
Who We Are



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