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Father, My Father ( The Cry Of the Broken)

Oh father, my father, how I have lost my way.

My father, my father, how I’ve broken the wings of my own soul.

My heart bruised beyond recognition, 190 more words

Uneasing Out of Love

I am a half moon,
He, a sleepy eyed sun.
We share a love that tiptoes between us,
Flattens itself against walls,
Slumps in the corners. 81 more words

9 Poems You Shouldn't Die Without Reading

1. “Untitled”
how far have you walked for men who’ve never held your feet in their laps?
how often have you bartered with bone, only to sell yourself short? 1,978 more words


Poet Mentors Incarcerated Youth Through Art. Meet Messiah Ramkissoon.


Not only did he win 3 times at New York’s Apollo Theater for his lyrical skill, he was also a featured performer at the unveiling of the MLK monument in Washington, DC, and that’s not the end of his impressive resume. 98 more words

Words Unspoken to be Released

On July 12,2016″ Words Unspoken: City of Secrets” will be released to the general public.  After a lot of long hours and hard work, my next novel will finally be released. 121 more words

Some Physical Laws

I know you’ve just been waiting shamelessly by your computers for the past 7 days just dying to hear the next line from Letters About Losing You… 79 more words


World Poetry Day

I am the poor white, fooled and pushed apart / I am the Negro bearing slavery’s scars / I am the red man driven from the land, / I am the immigrant clutching the hope I seek – / And finding only the same old stupid plan / Of dog eat dog, of mighty crush the weak…

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