On Saturday, July 30th we celebrated the birthday of Boston Icon, DJ Bruno. A night of sweat and tears and the ever present Love was created. Another one. Bruno, my brother, mentor, and all of our DJ and Partymaker invited me to write for this night. Truly honored and with deep love and respect, the Message:



We need a song of love
We need a song of unity

We need to see every team on the same team

We need a song of love
We need to love each other

We need to say I enjoy your art
We need to hear I enjoy your art

We need to know you’re not watching
When you’re watching
Or is it when you’re watching you’re trying not to watch

We’re team support each other’s art

We need a song OF LOVE
We need a song of unity

We need to come together somehow and clean our community

We need to bring down some clouds
Manifest them into waters

We need to wash our hands
So we can hold each other


We need a song OF LOVE
We need a song of unity



While the world received
Day after day
Night after night
He laid still paused in a second of darkness

Vibrations of a collected consciousness would visit

Your family and friends are happy to see you Bruno

This night we spark a match to add fire to the torch which brightens up our lives

Bruno cannot give you the moon but he is dedicated to giving us the Night Life
It’s not over!

Let no man put us asunder
Including ourselves

Respect is key
We can make this city rock

Realize Time is a building block
And it doesn’t stop

How many hours held prayer for our Brother on the clock

No delaying in breath
Bruno’s dreams for US all ain’t done yet

Moving masses of dancing asses off of their thrones

Let the dusk know
To be good and true to ourselves is what we chose
Is how we rose

Jack (https://youtu.be/_NSn5RfxoXs) built this house we call Home.

The Door is Open.


Happy Birthday, Bruno


Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.