Hello everyone, I hope you are not tired of my poetry because this is definitely not the last. I am so happy that mainstream media has been overflowed with words, videos, and pictures advocating for racial equality and justice. Media is a huge catalyst in our culture. It has the power to get thoughts rolling,… Continue reading Freedom – An Original Poem
Hello everyone, Sorry I do not have much to write today, but I needed to give a shout out to this wonderful holiday! In 1865 on June 19th "the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free.… Continue reading Happy Juneteenth!
Hello everyone, In light of so many people recognizing something has to happen to stop the unchecked sin called racism, I thought I’d share this fitting poem. I wrote it around 4 or 5 years ago, but it is truth that needs to be heard now. Please please share this post!!! Hands I have hands… Continue reading Hands – An Original Poem
Hello everyone, I am here as an African-American woman, who is deeply hurt by the riffs and division in our nations and the lack of respect and justice given to minorities in America. But even worse as a Christian, I have experienced this among the church and have seen how wounded the body of Christ… Continue reading Why Love Is Not Color Blind
Hello everyone, Happy happy June! I cannot believe we are almost halfway through 2020. Life just never stops. I am starting my first actual series for this blog. For starters, I am an avid reader, who keeps a steady reading schedule every month. I tend to fluctuate in the amount of books I finish per… Continue reading Top 5 Books of the Month: May 2020