…About Me…

Undisciplined, passionate, political, visceral, fun-loving, vagabond. Film Director.

One day, I will grow up, one day, I will reproduce.

Till then I’ll write poetry.

49 thoughts on “…About Me…

  1. welltailored says:

    I found your blog after you found mine first. Just a quick line to let you know I find your poetry lovely.

  2. Marziya says:

    Hi! so I was scrolling along and somehow found your blog… and now am doing the sitting-kind-of-bouncing-up-and-down-in-excitement dance because it’s so good to read your poetry and realise that I can still hear your voice in my head. How have you been? WHERE have you been (ahem, I know, I’m the one who upped and moved, so I’m sorry)… I hope you’re well.

    Much love,
    Marziya

  3. Lindy Lee says:

    Growing up is very difficult, if not impossible, to do,
    especially after one is actually grown up.
    Take it or not from this one, for what it’s worth,
    when one grows old
    One will look dead before one actually dies…

  4. Ruby Hoy says:

    Thanks for your kind words. Great poems yerself! I especially like Aphrodisiac. You have found your voice, keep at it. Dundee as a choice over Warsaw? very scary idea… another fine poem.

  5. Empathy says:

    Thank you for visiting and commenting on my Blog for Missing People and Children. Strangely I did not expect to find such excellent poetry by clicking on your blog to thank you for your comment and I feel I have to tell you that you are very connected to humanity and seem to project the essence of human beings and the recess of all minds.. I am a poetry writer also, therefore I am very interested in reading yours. Keep up this creative endeavour because it is ‘a voice’ and it reaches corners light and dark illuminating both to make people think. Thats all people have to really do – is think.

    So be who you be
    explore what you see
    and keep reaching the minds
    of all mankind.

    Empathy.

  6. nice to meet you. . Outstanding work you do. :)

  7. Lesley-Anne says:

    Isn’t it amazing how we find each other? I’m straight, wife, mother, poet, faith walker, lover of all the arts… and outright rebel against most things status quo… hope we can keep talking poetry and I can keep basking in your inspirational words. xo LA

  8. JulesPaige says:

    Oh, please do not grow up – it is sooo- over-rated! So please to meet you through the web… If I could only untangle myself half the time I might just get to where I’m going. ~Jules

    I ended up having to open a second blog that I can’t figure out just so I can leave comments – as Blogger and WordPress don’t play nice.
    The one through here is my short verse…

  9. MB says:

    I enjoy your blog and have nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award. You can see the nomination on my blog at: http://ticklingmyfancy.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/fine-praise-indeed/

  10. kshawnedgar says:

    Hey, how’ve you been, man? I’ve not heard from you in awhile. Hope you’re deep in a new poem. Can’t wait to read. Also, I hope all is well and your surroundings are peaceful. Check in every once in awhile.

    K. Shawn Edgar

  11. Growing up is over rated don’t ya think – love your view of life – enjoy!!!

  12. kshawnedgar says:

    What type of films have you directed? Any movies on Netflix? Would love to see one.

    http://pullofthesun.wordpress.com/

  13. Hi Kolembo. Greetings from SA. Look forward to reading more of your stuff. I see Luke has invited you to join Facial Expression Poetry Circle on fb. Great group of people if you are interested. It was Luke who led me to your page and your ‘nigger, whore, bitch’ poem. Absolutely amazing poem.

  14. Hi Kenny
    I just added you as a contributor over on my blog. Please feel free to post what you want when you want to. Looking forward to it…
    Andrew

  15. Don’t know why I haven’t read this page before – but you look exactly as I pictured! You life fascinates me, because it has produced such an astounding writer! What sort of films do you direct? If you ever need an older white woman for a character part in one of your films, let me know! I do have experience (quite a lot on the stage), but have never done film work.

    In what country do you live? You can reply by e-mail if you don’t want it published here.

    All the best, Kenneth! I promote your blog whenever possible! Just “Tweeted” this poem and your blog!

    Take care, friend and
    Peace enough,
    Paula

  16. Ally says:

    Hey Kolembo – great work…and I love that you are gay and doing something really cool. There aren’t enough of us :) I’m love you to contribute a piece to my site sometime…photographers post their photos as prompts. Give it a try, if you feel. I’ll stop back often to read your latest and greatest :)

    Ally

  17. Hey, thanks for the comments and for stopping by. Great blog. Can’t wait to catch up on the posts.

  18. Not normally a huge poetry fan–but yours is very interesting and full of imagery. I may change my mind about poetry…

  19. Kolembo,

    What’s up? Hope all is good with you friend, checked out your poetry collection! It was “Excellent Friend!” Hit me back, just posted a new poem today my friend…

    Much Peace,
    Rich

  20. Marian says:

    kolembo? kenny? if so, xoxo

  21. chicaextrana says:

    I really like your poems, they’re on a higher level than the kind that I’m analysing at school :)

  22. Oh, I do like your intro. Thank you! So spirited. Don’t grow up. Highly overrated. Enjoy life … Thanks for the gift of your blog and poetry.

    Poem on …

  23. Like what your work says. I will be visiting regularly.

  24. Alix Moore says:

    Ahh, so fabulous that you are standing so proud in the light of who-you-are. Was it always this easy? Maybe not, but you got here!
    Love and light,
    Alix

  25. Honesty is best policy.

    Gay, as first word of introduction, reflects a strength of conviction.

    Life is for enjoying.

    Thanks for visit to my blog.

    Liked your posts.

  26. ja**ly says:

    I enjoy the clear and (deceptively) simple style of your poetry. I’ll be stopping in again! Thx – ja**ly

  27. Thanks for stopping by my space and leading me to yours.

    BTW – I think “growing up” is over-rated.

  28. One Change At A Time says:

    You’re quite good at writing. Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. I like reading your posts, especially your poems. Subscribed to it today! :)

    BTW, if you liked my post on the Not Eyes, but Imagination (the one with the blind person at the museum), you may also like this one:
    The Karma Kitchen.

    Keep writing and sharing those wonderful thoughts.

    -K – The Change Revolution

  29. Pat Cegan says:

    Thank you for visiting and for the honesty of your work! Keep creating. It is what links us to the Divine. hugs, pat

  30. Rossi says:

    Hi Kolembo, thanks for ‘liking’ my blog on Defining a friend. Your blog site is very cool, will keep on checking it out.

    Rossi

  31. Caroline says:

    Hi Kalembo-thanks for stopping by my Blog and glad you liked the posts. Great Blog. Take care X

  32. Monica says:

    Hi Kolembo, Love the picture of you hard at work. I’m looking forward to getting acquainted with your poetry. Monica

  33. rochelle0704 says:

    Kolembo

    Love your work you are inspiring. I will be visiting frequently.

  34. ..thanks for stopping by Kolembo…nice to meet you :)
    Great poems!

  35. Ronald Grey says:

    @Kolembo:
    Thanks again for taking time to write with your flattering comment about my analysis of President John Kennedy’s inaugural address as poetry.

    But the writing that’s fascinating is your own. One can feel a deeper meaning behind your words, especially with your interest in the minimalist technique required by the 4&20 website.

    Do you also publish on Twitter?

  36. Intelligent fool says:

    I find your blog inspiring, please keep on writing. Partly due to you I have added a page to my blog for some of the poetry I have posted.

    I also visited your link to the saddest pictures in the world… There is no words I can type to describe how powerful those images are.

  37. ps bah humbug, never ever grow up!

  38. Hm, film director? That’s awesome–where can I find your work?
    Cheers!

  39. Mad Hatter says:

    heyah! I just got your e-mail. uhm…I don’t know what’s wrong! :-( anyways- I like your blog a lot! :-D Thanks for taking the time to read mine :-) ^_^

  40. Hey, pleased to meet you! You’re gonna make me start writing poetry again…..Oh boy :). K

  41. dhaami says:

    hi..thanks for stopping by. I loved your poems! :).. and I’m going to come back to read more.

  42. booguloo says:

    No reason to not enjoy yourself when you can!

  43. salmaxxx says:

    nice to know about you..interesting character.. unfortunately you are gay :(.. ;)
    keep passing by my blog..

    • slantrhyme says:

      “Unfortunately you are gay”?

      Get fucked. why don’t you just say “unfortunately I am a fucking asshole”?

      “Interesting character”?

      “Keep passing by my blog”?

      How many bibles have you swallowed, and aren’t you choking by now?

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