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I wrote this poem years back. The woman that this poem describes was verbally, mentally, and emotionally abusive to me practically from birth. When I was a little girl, she and my mom would have constant, very heated arguments about her treatment of me. She would purposely give my brother…
Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones is an American poet and mc. He is one of the most prolific writers that I have had the pleasure of studying. He paints some of the most vivid masterpieces of struggle and triumph. This poem is to honor him and his lyrical prowess. His…
Marvin is my muse, nothing more, nothing less. I wrote some Haiku poems about him one day. I love Haiku. It's very relaxing and makes me giggle as I create it. It's like a challenging and fun word puzzle.
This is a poem about an innocent crush which after months turned into misinterpretations and betrayal by a gossiping third party. It left me feeling horrible after I blurt out that I had simply chat with someone famous. Marvin is the crush and my muse. Trust no one.
Emerging Artist Support Group addresses ideas, concepts relevant to novices in The Appalachian Connection vol 3, No. 10 Oct-Nov 2000 page 8
May 31, 2012
I was in a career training program and I met a woman who has connections with the newspaper, The Appalachian Connection. We talked, she looked at my work, and decided to publish a piece of prose that I had written. I felt so blessed. The small piece is about a…