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In a poetic mood. " Lil Homie..."

Lil Homie exist in a world of family mess n stress,  from waay back.  Daddy’s gone.  Mama ain’t at home.   His otha brothas n sistahs being raised on tokes,  of smokes,  that’s bound to keep ‘ em hungry,  and lonely,   for some company of da street kind.  217 more words

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In a poetic mood.

Be thankful for dis day.  Before it goes away.  In unrecorded history.  Never to be remembered.  Except by those who keep their memories sweetly tucked away,  in stories,  that never grow old.  19 more words

African American History

In a poetic mood.

Being a single Mother is not a sin.  Regardless of the negative situations you find yourself in.  You are the anointed.  The appointed.  The claimed.  By men.  172 more words

African American History

In a poetic mood.

Take a breath.  So you can rest.  From the chores that cause you stress.  Day in and  Day out. 

Take a breath.  So that you won’t work yourself to death.  85 more words

African American History

In a poetic mood.

Father memories are precious memories.  Unforgettable memories.  Memories that cling to the Soul like sweet berries on the vine.  In all times,  of trials,  and tribulations,  and downs,  and ups,  and emptiness.  37 more words

African American History

December 20 African American Historical Events

Today in Black History – December 20 *

1854 – Walter F. Craig is born in Princeton, New Jersey. He will
obtain his music education in Cleveland, Ohio under… 512 more words

African American History