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Remember how we first met? On the verge of a cliff that looked like the shrapnels of a dinosaur tail which could metaphorically be made into a tale? 152 more words

Best Friend

I remember the way we was introduced, I was 15 I remember you,

Cool with your brother but I had interest in you,

Bad thing I was in a relationship too, … 597 more words

A Look to The Past 

Some things still haven’t been said, But I know you think about me,

You can be with him now and he can have the touch to make you feel safe, … 327 more words


‘Mahogany L. Browne is a poet and author coordinating the Women of the World Poetry Slam at New York’s Pratt Institute. She gives her Brief But Spectacular take on “Black Girl Magic” and the struggles facing African-American women in modern society’.