Like “ant piles” We made mounds in every corner Eager to learn, live and leave someday Trying to find ourselves Or something like that… Accepting changes In between class rooms . The hallways broke us; We made friends And lost them at times Had our first fights That lasted seasons Our worst of grades Glued…… Continue reading High school
I do not have blue or hazel eyes Mine are dark; they are black! I do not have light skin It’s dark yet soft No, I don’t have straight silky hair It’s thick, kinky and beautiful No, I am not vulnerable or angry I am me; only black! I don’t need a touch up to…… Continue reading My beautiful black.
For the last couple of months y’all have been reading my posts on abuse. I have hoped that pouring out my heart would help encourage others towards healing as well as create awareness for those that can protect helpless children who continue to be vulnerable at the hands of molesters. There has been pain beneath…… Continue reading “Audacity of Her” – Poetry Release
Don’t run just because I mentioned the word Cancer or perhaps start to wonder why out of the blue I have decided to smack the cancer on here today. I am a stage 4 liver cancer survivor and yes I have been declared Cancer free so far. Food verses cancer is a real issue for…… Continue reading About Cancer; food