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As I inhale the aroma emitting from late night candles,
I lay in my web of a bed that once held souls of “you up?” text lovers. 230 more words


Wrath of Sekhmet

Sekhmet, the Egyptian goddess of war, has just gone through a destructive rampage. One Egyptian story claims that the sun god Ra sent Sekhmet down to punish some mortals who conspired against him, but when her rampage went out of control to the point of nearly destroying humanity, Ra had to get her drunk with beer dyed red to look like blood. 28 more words


Why I Gotta Do All That.

Do I have to be loud
for you to hear?
My inside voice is just as
deserving of a listening ear.

Do I have to be angry… 66 more words


Don’t worry I’m still conscious: The insights of a Black woman living in a contradictory world

I was going to keep quiet about the issue but I cannot take it anymore! What does it take to prove to a contradictory society that a black woman can still be conscious of self and still wear my sew ins?! 757 more words

The Black Bachelorette

Congrats to Rachel Lindsey. You are doing it for black women everywhere in the United States. I am so proud. She is going have so many men competing for her love. 154 more words

Working with Earth Colors

This past week I began experimenting with a different palette of colors. I’m still on a mission to explore color mixing options for Metopes & Friezes… 148 more words

Figure Painting

The raised fist 

“The raised ✊🏾 ”

Dated back to ancient Assyria as a symbol of resistance in the face of violence, the raised fist, or clenched fist, is a symbol of solidarity and support. 62 more words

The Soul Of My Eclectic Heart