Tag: poetry

Dear Black Men:

Initially, I planned to use this letter as a platform to address what’s going on in society. I would comment on the police brutality. I would defend the cries for air, the pleas for breath, the petitions for equality, but God told me to… Continue Reading “Dear Black Men:”

“They can’t BE what they can’t SEE”

The title of this blog came from a man I can definitely consider a friend, leader, and brother in Christ. He said it with so much heart that I couldn’t help but carry it away with me in my spirit.  I was watching a… Continue Reading ““They can’t BE what they can’t SEE””

Insomniac

“There are some nights whensleep plays coy,aloof and disdainful.And all the wilesthat I employ to winits service to my sideare useless as wounded pride,and much more painful.” Maya Angelou

FavoriteLines.

So , You’ve been hypnotized by the possibilities. She only gives you one shot, blow it and she’s gone. You can’t rush her, or slow her down. Her name is time. I ain’t got a answer. Your eyes are never satisfied. I focus on… Continue Reading “FavoriteLines.”

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