How many black women does it take to lead a nation? One. Oprah proved it How many black men does it take to lead a country? Unknown. King and Malcolm didn`t die on a cross but they died for our right to breathe Invest and propose. Stop shooting each other down. The government fills our… Continue reading Pass The Crown
The snob, the rage I see girls with hatchet faces. And talons and pain of hearing their voices. It's disgrace, this youth, they talk with pride and snarl. And text, text, text and when you make yourself known- thy quarrel All of silence is fulfilling, I eat it up with honey. The bees are… Continue reading The Sting of People
We all love finding music because it`s a self-sustaining part of life. My favorite platforms in finding new music are YouTube, Pandora, Spotify, networking, and just even going to starbucks writing and hearing a new song. Lately, I have been listening to grunge bands such as Nape, a band with their song called "Dino". ABRA… Continue reading My Favorite Artists in 2017
Being influenced by other poets is a great challenge, but research on other artists out of your comfort zone will help.
I'm sorry that I'm so cold-hearted So scared to be hurt again and recline to the darkness that I can't even accept the light in you. I'm sorry. When I go to the toy store, I still see evil, shit I don't even want them anymore. The only child memories I have are cigarettes and… Continue reading Blob Fish
Your`e a brown recluse with all those hate messages Its crazy- Im all conscious Well you know- as always I can`t breathe in the ground, but I could sing under water You`re a wounded warrior with all those scars I love it- as always I need the whereabouts of God Is He stuck by the… Continue reading Life on Planet Nine
There`s more trees in the world than thick skin; Thin bones walk these streets They result in poor character, but as the world gets older the heat rises up It`s a heartless paradox and the fairies laugh because their fruit is salty yet our brains crumble Statutes fall as our God is begging… Continue reading Who Feeds Us?