My Awkward Truth: Hamburgers Please

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

Machine

Photo by Alex Knight on Pexels.com The machine says:Don’t computeInsert dataRunning numbersSynthesize Cold to the touchMetal coreWires and cordsNo spirit CalculateLoad…No emotionVoid soul Work is made easyEasy is made hardNo tellers at the registerOrders filled online Digital realitiesElectronic liesJob once filled by humansComputerized Adding and subtracting has declinedWe lack the patienceWe ignore the delicacy of … Continue reading Machine

God: A True Friend

When my Dad died and my boyfriend turned into a nightmare on squeaky wheels. God held my hand and gathered together the pieces of my broken heart and for that I am forever grateful. Because my life has been one train wreck after another. But now I don't feel so alone anymore. I have a … Continue reading God: A True Friend