Dot Dot Dot Dot
Blog Posted:7/17/2013 7:25:00 AM
As a mental exercise I am attempting to connect some dots of Drake E. I have read his bio, one blog about his radio show, and seven of his poems
. I do not expect to be very accurate, this is merely academic. I was actually intrigued by his blog that I went and read those poems and I noticed that he used two words in several of his poems, given his diverse vocabulary I found it interesting. The first word he used was cerebellum and the second was awakening. Based on the definition of those words and what little I read I am going to attempt to do a basic write up of him. I call him the wandering chameleon. Motion is very important to him and everything he does in more ways than one. The most important would be in his creative side. Like his bio states he can’t stick to one form, which also speaks of his creativity. There is movement in his creativity that always has him trying out new ways to express it. Poetry is not his primary form of creativity. There is a passion that drives him that I have not yet been able to pin point. This is because one I am not good enough to decipher it on such limited information or two he doesn’t know it yet either. The first is improbable because I am like totally super smart and the second is likely because it fits the mold of a wandering soul. He possesses the ability to make slight alterations to himself that allow him to fit in anywhere. He has many acquaintances but few real friends. The few friends he does have would be either from childhood or would be those he that share in his creativity. He shows symptoms of abandonment issues. I would hazard a guess that his mother has either passed or his parents are divorced, or he is a foster child. I am leaning towards the mother side of things. He has at least two older siblings. One brother and one sister and he is the youngest. When it comes to relationships; his insecurities mix with his longing to create a dichotomy that forces him to choose ones that won’t last. The fact that he knows the relationship won’t last allows him the freedom to give of himself fully because he knows it will be over and no real harm can be done. The abandonment made him fully self-reliant. He worked for everything he has and this has created a certain pride and touch of arrogance in him. I would say that eighty percent of the time he shows a normal range of emotions. The other twenty percent he suffers something akin to depression and isolation comforts him. He does not judge people instead he is content to observe them. There is a small disassociation he feels while observing the world. He can fit in anywhere but he feels he belongs in very few places. This lends to the importance of his passion. Nothing makes him feel more alive than when indulging in his passion. I really could keep going on but the further I get from the original dots the less accurate I get I will be content if I am right twenty percent of this. So just need to wait and see what Drake says and I would like to thank him for his assistance.