Posts Tagged ‘jeanpaul ferro jazz’

And Then It’s Gone

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Recently my parents celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. Nowadays this is quite a feat. But not for them. They were great parents growing up. Took us to country after country instead of hording money or buying stuff they didn’t need. Traveling the world at a young age was the greatest education they could have given us. We saw that not every place was like at home. We saw poverty with our own two eyes. We saw the great cities of Paris and Rome and Berlin and Barcelona. We ate the food of our ancestral forefathers, swam in their lakes and rivers, and we learned that no place is greater than another. (more…) more»

Exclusive ‘Jazz’ Excerpt

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Continuing our series of exclusive excerpts, we bring you a royal selection of stunning poetry from Jazz by Jéanpaul Ferro. Just to show that poetry doesn’t have to be pretentious or impossible to enjoy, these poems have an honesty about them that we at Honest love. But don’t just take our word for it, click here for an impressive review of Jazz. So, ladies and gentlemen, tuck in… (more…) more»