Soft is not my middle name But I know to respect traditions Of my ancestors. Being on my knees for the elders Is my tradition not weakness. I will not look you in the eye If you wish to speak to me And that is respect not disrespect As you suspect. I am prideful Relentless…… Continue reading African woman
Dear nation, Land of honor Nation of men and women Of grace and forgiveness Nation that was built From blood and sweat; Hard work! Nation that our ancestors Prayed for Nation of sons and daughters Lost for the flag Nation of fathers and mothers Honored by the flag Nation that we honor Nation that we…… Continue reading Stay afloat!
The eyes tell a story written out loud Notes sang high Sparkling and speaking of the heart. The eyes of my little one say; I’m safe I’m home I’m loved I’m a precious jewel. Susan McMillan For my little mama; Michele Grace
I wish I could just give the side eye to Father’s day since I believe mothers are it but I won’t and can never. I have been blessed with the opportunity to watch great Father figures in my life starting with my own dad. Like any other human being, my dad is not perfect but…… Continue reading Father’s day 2017