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Poem / Poetry

August 15, 2019

Reads: 73

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

I don't normally brag about women, but this one is really something. My poem. Read More

Tags: love, woman, race, gorgeous

I don't care if this essay convinces people who think otherwise or not, I just felt like it needed to be said. *This article by Pride covers the subject well enough: https://www.pride.com/movies/2019/7/08/little-mermaid-was-originally-metaphor-unrequited-gay-love Read More
This Story is a about a young man who strive to become great in life without getting influenced by the bad lifestyles of his friends in High school. Read More
Some thoughts on the attack on mosque-goers in my hometown. Read More

Tags: terror, humanity, race

A short poem for a big, great part in my life! Read More
A story of racism and class in America - who knows, it might have been yesterday. Read More
I spent my entire life in denial that racism even existed. As a graduate student in a doctorate psychology program, I am just now opening myself up to this whole world and with it has come a lot of pain, fear, and anxiety. In this essay, I speak about the… Read More
This is a story of a ‘convenient’ action made during the period of slavery... Read More

Tags: racism, black, race

Poem / Poetry

December 05, 2018

Reads: 215

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A second collection of poems. Read More

Tags: love, hope, lost, eyes, race

I just couldn't help it when I saw the horse; it was so beautiful. Read More

Tags: farm, race, horse

When I was in track I was the most nervous person on the team. I would constantly worry that I'd miss a race altogether. One of my problems was that I never did good enough for myself. If I got second place I wanted first. If I got third I… Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 27, 2018

Our world is based on words and societal scales but it only takes one person to start a revolution. Read More

Tags: racism, culture, race

Reads: 119

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The The Imaginarium House

A short story about parental pride and a son's understanding of it. Read More

Featured Review by hullabaloo22

"Wow, well that was some emotional read, Kevin. It certainly did not go where I was expecting it to. Excellent use of the prompt!" Read More

A poem which takes you along the passage of time throughout the year. Read More

Tags: time, seasons, year, race

What we are actually seeing around us are just shapes and shadows and light. We could be mistaken thinking we see an actual form. A poem. Read More

Reads: 137

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

I've been in many races; but the race of love is something more special. Read More

Reads: 1115

Comments: 4

Shelves: 2

The Booksie Classic House

The land is dying, and so are her people. Read More
Why I will no longer be answering the question, "what race are you?". Read More
This is a harsh reality for people such as myself. I truly hope however, that one day love will trump hate. Read More

Tags: hate, crime, change, race

It's a small piece of work by which the narrator tries to present a picture of the postmodern world where there is nothing like reality, everything is a mixed expression of confusion and self-centered ambitions. Read More
little conversation with your diary. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

September 25, 2017

Life is a quick sprint which can be run only once... Read More

Tags: love, life, race

Poem / Poetry

August 22, 2017

Misunderstanding leads to fear. Fear leads to violence. Read More
My thought and opinion on race in America. Read More

Reads: 365

Comments: 4

The The Imaginarium House

A short story inspired by a 6 word story by Corine Pelletier for the Imaginarium House. Read More
The story of two mountaineers being the first to scale the highest point in the world in 1953, was a massive achievement and a feat for human kind. But for me, it wasn't just about the fact that two men had successfully climbed Mount Everest. It was the fact that… Read More
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