On Being African On Being Woman Poetry
Black Girl Voodoo: why she is my muse
April 7, 2017
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They are afraid of the constellations hidden beneath your night shaded skin
October 25, 2016
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I cut my relaxed hair this year on the 15th of February 2016 A day after valentines which is why I like to call it the beginning of my hair love affair But that is not what this poem is about; Twenty years ago when I was made people said I took after my father’s […]
Poetry Relationships
It’s not me, it’s you- UNLEARNING
October 17, 2016
This is not really a piece, or a letter. Maybe it is just a reflection. In the last two days I have had three conversations with guys randomly from my past. It has rattled the everyday pattern of life. I have felt angry and sad and ashamed for feeling both. I don’t know if you […]
On Being African Poetry
The Spirit of Ubuntu; *Spoken Word* An African Philosophy
October 17, 2016
Hey hey Ya’al. It’s been a minute. I’m sorry, and I will talk about how I am probably the most inconsistent blogger ever in another post. For now I just wanted to share with you a little piece of something. In school we have a class called INS. It is a class on culture and […]
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