This 15 minute video is a compilation of 35 years of my photographs and earlier poems. I had traveled to many third world nations (Morocco, The Philippines, China, India and Europe) capturing/documenting their peasant/working class cultures. I use three pertinent poems written in 1979 as voiceovers since they can be applicable to present situations especially for the newly arrived immigrants. The three poems are entitled: "Could Not Hear Charlie Parker, One Day", "Wail of the Liberated Woman", and "Paranoia Axiom Blues". They were performed at Lower East Side's Charas in 1979 in the presence of poet Ted Berrigan, artist Willie Birch, with Jeff C. Wright hosting. Yukio Tsuji, formerly at La Mama, had composed the music and later I used Japan's National Anthem which was recorded at Japan's Earthquake Fundraiser in March, 2011 at St. Peter's Church.