Photo by Jonathan Borba on Pexels.com There is one thing I love more than anything. Nothing can compare. All day at any time I think of it. It is a constant feeling of relief to a troubled soul. In a world where being Black is difficult. People judge me before I speak. They walk in … Continue reading My Awkward Truth: Hamburgers Please
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com We throw away broken things. Tossing them to the wayside like torn clothes that served their purpose. After losing their vibrant color and form. How do you dispose of worn out things? Is it a job for waste management or recycling? Or can it be reimbursed, patched up and used? … Continue reading Repair
Photo by Su0130NAN u00d6NDER on Pexels.com Do you like your shell? I know that it's full of unused space Does the opaque color make you feel at ease? Unable to recognize your ever evolving face But I know your cold Tried of swapping shells Because your in need of a cozy home You glide and … Continue reading Your Shell
Innocence Dies I stood on the sidelines last time For a bit of rest To accommodate my breaking soul As time inches closer to an ever-changing pendulum I Pray for a quality of life I have yet to experience While pushing for a level of equity That extends beyond skin color I dig my hands … Continue reading Innocence Dies
A Dream In The Pasture
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A Dream In The Pasture fighting in your sleep last night left raccoon eyes coated in red a swaying yet diligent, bobbing head moves to dreamless cloud shaped melodies beyond you lies lavish emerald colored grass as far as the eye can see in the day, it calls … Continue reading A Dream In The Pasture
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