Out

mom im pissed off you thought psychotic it was a misunderstanding deep inside me I miss you claw meaty deep reds and relenting flesh gnashed raked over and brushed through these coconut oil cornrows I don’t care for your yes if its filled with indulgent gratification, form conforming Acidic melting Shriveling and shivering into a […]

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Set

During Black History Month and beyond (cuz face it, every month deserves Black History), this blog will honor people who demonstrated critical elements of the Black / African experience with commemorative poems. This poem pays homage to Serena Williams, legendary (apparently slept on) tennis player.

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6 feet more

During Black History Month and beyond (cuz face it, every month deserves Black History), this blog will honor people who demonstrated critical elements of the Black / African experience with commemorative poems. This poem celebrates Brittney Griner, first WNBA player to come out. Thanks, Britt.

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Africa for Africans

During the Black History Month and beyond (cuz face it, every month deserves Black History), this blog will honor people who demonstrated critical elements of the Black / African experience with commemorative poems. This poem pays homage to anti-colonial pro-African leaders-of-nation, such as Mandela, Tutu, Nkrumah, Nyerere, Lumumba, Nasser, Gdaffi, Sankara, and Kwando.

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Coastline Crowns

During the Official Black History Month (cuz face it, every month deserves Black History) and beyond, this blog will honor people who demonstrated critical elements of the Black / African experience with commemorative poems. This poem pays homage to prophetess Kimpa Vita of the Kongo, who interrogated and rejected white Christianity; the first to opt for Black Jesus.

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