How many mornings do we wake up wishing something would change?,
How many times to we follow a daily routine searching for something new?,
How did we forget the common trait we all share?
The ability to create,
Sometimes it almost feels as if it’s human nature to wait for the world to change,
Instead of creating a change for the world,
Through American ways we get lost in this deep sea of self doubt,
We think about the end goal so much during the stairway to success,
We begin to skip steps mentally, Continue reading “First Sip.”
Before I start, this piece was written way before Stacey Dash comments. After the backlash, I went back and edited this piece. When Discussing this topic the delivery will stand out more than the reason you have for the statement. If we dream of a world of true equality one day black history month will have to end. Not because we don’t deserve it or we will forget it. It will just eliminate the limitations on black history. Black success stretches out further than the shortest calendar month. Are we really that attached to a month that we believe it is a badge of power? Continue reading “No More Black History Month!!!!!”
Quick thought… Why aren’t MLK words seen more universally rather than just white and black. His words can help people of all races through any situation. People think MLK and think of the battle of racism and oppression. I don’t believe Martin’s dream stopped at equality. Please stop giving him his due only in January and February.
A man of many faces,
Knew how to be everything,
Everything in the world,
Never learned to be himself
She asked with red lipstick on,
That mirrors her red nails,
Which brings me to one of my favorite details,
Even separated the beauty still intact,
So relax, Continue reading “She Asked Me Why Do I Like Roses ?”
“Worst Thing I Ever Did, Was Fall In Love With A Dollar Bill”
Was it love at first sight ?
Or love at first bite?
Didn’t need to see your breast or your thigh,
Deeper the love the deeper you fried,
Killing me softly,
The root of my demise, Continue reading “The Chicken Box”