She was a little girl that aspired to do great things. Own a corporation, drive a luxury sports coup, have plenty of money, and never, ever work for anyone. Through school her entrepreneurial drive fueled her future fantasies, but her achilles heel, procrastination, always held her back. After high school, she didn't know how to follow … Continue reading Her complete and unfinished life…
Black National Anthem? Most people do not know and have never learned of the Black National Anthem, formerly known as the Negro National Anthem. For some, this will be a history lesson long over-due. While for others, it will be and enlightening moment to be truthful with yourself. The Black National Anthem was originally a … Continue reading Is it time to do away with our National Anthem?
I loved you the first time we met everything about me my weirdness, yet unique you made me feel so special you accepted my flaws and fails bumps and scars, you loved them as if they were your very own Never judged me, always comforted me even when I was in the wrong I love … Continue reading Dear Poetry,
Dedicated to all those that have been sick and tired of being sick and tired but refuses to allow the people (or lack thereof) and circumstances around them to determine their motivation, inspiration and destination. It's hard to hear God, when doubt is so loud, it doesnt have to be a soul within … Continue reading I Refuse…
"Darnell!" Thomas yells. "What man?! Why you always calling me like it's an emergency or somethin'? Darnell asks rhetorically. "Look what I got!" Thomas is removing a DVD with the name of the movie man written on it in blue permanent marker from its clear case. The rainbow reflection bounces the sun's light on the … Continue reading The boys…(part 1)
As a long time fan of Steve Harvey's comedic talent on television and in stand-up it pains me to have to write this letter. I was listening to your morning show on Aug. 31, 2016 as I do every morning for the laughs, prank call, and Strawberry Letter. After the letter segment, you all commenced … Continue reading Dear Mr. Steve Harvey…when will it be time?
Always smiling, holding hands. Love, the wonderful fantasy and dreams of our childhood. Love, that feeling of butterflies with your high school sweetheart. Far fetched imaginations of our youth. Growing up, most of us thought of movies and television shows when we pictured falling in love. Long kisses and walks on the beach. Nothing but bliss. … Continue reading The truth about L-O-V-E
Ever been in such a head space that made you wonder who was that person in your reflection?
The world we live we hate the reality fate, destiny, karma the ideals of fantasy we are totally oblivious to the obvious that things are not as different as we once thought them to be they say that racism no longer exists that line isn't in my life's movie script everywhere I turn I still … Continue reading Oblivious to the Obvious
I walk into the kitchen, open the fridge and grab the orange juice, dropping my keys on the counter. Drinking from the jug, a deep voice enters saying, "If you don't get you a cup and stop drinking from the jug boy, you better. I know your mama raised you better than that." It's my sperm donor. … Continue reading Edgar’s Story (Part 2)