This country has fumbled through history proclaiming freedom but practicing oppression. When was it ever great?
As I sit in front of this computer trying to formulate the words for my thoughts and feelings concerning the events of this past weekend. I say a special prayer for the family of Heather Heyer, and the other injured victims and their families. Please join me in keeping them in your thoughts. The blood … Continue reading Black Blood: Native Soil
I am a black woman. I am a walking pre-existing condition. Seriously. Just in case you've been under a rock. The House of Representatives recently voted to essentially repeal Obamacare and replace it with a bill that undoes the advancements of its predecessor. What is a pre-existing condition? According to CNN, a short list includes, … Continue reading A Pre-Existing Condition
It’s been so lonely without you here; I’m like a bird without a song... Prince Rogers Nelson. A visionary, a leader, a musical genius, a trendsetter, shade king, slay angel, and an ICON. This description is only a short summary of what Prince meant to the world. My favorite artist and a personal influence, not … Continue reading Sometimes It Snows In April
I define poetry as a written song left to the interpretation of the reader. Interpretation is the beauty of poetry for me. It allows me to become the work and it’s rare in this day and time to read modern poetry that invokes the same feelings as when I was in grade school and discovered … Continue reading Book Review: Mosaic Journey: Pieces of Me