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What If I Am A Black Woman? Is it a disease? Well, if it is, I sure hope its catching Because they need to pour it into a bottle, label it, and sprinkle it All over the people men and women who Ever loved or cried, worked or died For any one of us. So…What […]Read more "What if I am a Black Woman? (other people’s poetry)"
The art of conversation lost in a digital generation We sit in silence eyes glued to screens Ignoring those begging to be seen Whatever happened to deep convos getting lost in theories and ideas Meaningful words connecting energetically lingering stares Nowadays It’s all so rare -Dionne MT- Breathe Think Write Release A word via Generation Z […]Read more "Generation Z (a repost)"
a shy smile a quick glance stood up and took a chance a retuned smile stayed awhile didn’t play numerics exchanged didn’t hesitate more calls than texts almost never too busy for your new missy in less than a week I see you again questions asked answers received no nut allergy but can’t do meals […]Read more "Budding: a poetry share"
By Jailyn Gladney “And when great souls die… Our senses, restored, never To be the same, whisper to us. They existed. They Existed. We can be. Be and be Better. For they existed.” When Great Trees Fall by Maya Angelou In my earliest memories of my mother she is standing at the stove with a… Show […]Read more "Black women loving Black women: On the rituals that sustain community — RaceBaitR"
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