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To be black in America is to at times commune with the unnaturally dead. — Cornell W. Brooks Should I count my blessings: that I don’t have bullets buried in my back,
Interracial Love II Revised by Haiku Loves Yuri This sestina was written for this week’s Three Word Wednesday prompt: to use the words “narrow”, “history”, and “spent”. Enjoy. -Nicole ————————————————– History may record the firecracker chaos born of steel wills … Continue reading
This was actually written for three prompts: Poefusion’s Title Tuesday (“Stung by the Splendor of Sudden Black”), Writer’s Island (“Farewell”), and Simply Snickers (use the words “standing” and “still”). I wrote this entirely in American Sentences. Enjoy. -Nicole ——————————————————- Stung … Continue reading
Picture located at: http://eprentice.sdsu.edu/F054/quinlan/maya/maya%20angelou%20pic.jpg What do I say to you? I write to all my heroes As if they stand before me, But what do I say to you, The largest of them all?
Today Marks the day You marched into an Unknown pool of death ‘Cause somebody wanted you Quiet
For Monisha Please tell me you went not silently Into a not-so-gentle night, and that your Giant voice of redwood Wasn’t silenced after all.