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Poetry/Prose: Tippy Toe
STYL, Stay N Your Lane
Poetry/Prose Corner: Morning, Morning!
Morning brings another day
No Denying! I’m a Father & Flying
Father knows and shows that sometime his Spirit and his soul would break if he does not adhere and allow the tears to roll down his cheeks … It’s no disgrace to weep to release…
Poetry ‘n Prose: 1Love is Thee Glue!
Glorious love undeniably everlasting essence of Grace and Beauty
Poetry ‘n Prose: Accept Life as it Unfolds!
My Inner essence allowed me to behold the Authenticity of my own sacredness imparted in me on the moment the sperm United with the egg.
Poetry Prose: Nubian Queen
These things could only be known and seen thru you as A Noble Black Woman ordered and Ordained by God who reigns Supreme..
Circumstances out-picturing in ways I cannot phantom nor comprehend
A Mother’s Day Tribute: Legacy of Love
Yes, I am aware that we have already celebrated Mother’s Day, however, there is one thing that I know for sure. As I am writing this, there are at least 235 days left in the year.
Poetry Corner with the Soulful Poet #1
However, you keep on going and striving for the highest good.
POETRY CORNER: HUSH
From the motion, heart sensed movement, swaying and dancing of our dark beautiful chocolate bodies, and the taste of salty beads of sweat, we became one with the beat in a dance of freedom and innate oneness with spirit.
Getting to Know some great Poets from around the Way for The Black History
Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Aja, of Cuban Jamaican descendant is the youngest poet to ever win the Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam Championship at the age of 19 in 2007.
21 Reasons Why
You motivate me to be a better man, to be a better person, to be a better Christian.
Prose Corner: Positively Inspiring Others, All Work and No Play
Those lines were used for certain characters to refer to finding balance in all areas of daily living to avoid boredom. Most people, whether real or fictional at times, have to be reminded by a friend or an acquaintance that they either work too much and do not play enough.
Prose Corner: “N” THE G.A.P.
GAP is often defined as a break, a hole, an opening between two objects; or, you can have a break in continuity and understanding: a hole in a fence. During 1960s and 1970s, this term was used by POP Culture to denote an older generation who did not understand the actions and behaviors of the younger generation - “The Generation GAP.”
Prose Corner: Where ever “I” go there “I “am….
I have masked my own pain with shame, guilt and remorse. So, what did I do? The cure that I have used many times over the years has been the geographical FIX! Where ever I go, there I am.
Soulfull Poet: What Do I See & Shitty Days
I see a sensitive, sensual, sexy, and spiritual person
SIT, SITTING, SEATED
SYBD Sit your Butt Down Sitting to align Seated, I observe the thoughts that go flowing by, in the synchronized synergies of my brain, like billowing soft white clouds in a clear blue sky.
My Soul is No longer Thirsty
Even Death has become the gateway or portal to higher elevation. Many beings of all races and ethnicity, young and old as well as Twix, Twain and in between, have crossed the moral threshold to leave the planet and return to their Maker.
Toxic Masculinity in Lesbians: My Fairytale
Her misogyny though, epitomized her hatred of women. She was not the only woman I have known that served me their internalized hatred of themselves because they were assigned female at birth. She thought I was too controlling. The truth is I could not be controlled.
More Spiritual Prose: How does all the other offerings relate to tithing?
God allowed the practice of tithing to be implemented into His church. But what He has yet to implement are all those slave programs in His church.
For Whites Only, Prince Edwards State Park (Part 1)
My Mom did not care because she would be getting paid each month and she had money to feed our family.