For over two minutes, the moon completely covered the sun, immediately turning day into dusk.
As the sun’s corona peeked through the darkness, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.
An electric energy filled my body and soul, as the thrill of joy rushed from the depths of my spirit and were released through my vocal chords, producing a shriek from a quiet, solid place. Continue reading “On the Ways of the World”
Sweet as honey, wrapped in soul, wisdom and truth.
A Black butterfly, with nothing to prove.
Words shine light on her heart’s deepest cries.
She’s a blank canvas. Masterpiece in quiet. Continue reading “She IS (A Poem)”
This week has been tough so far. I have plenty of assignments to work on and tasks to accomplish, and this is normally all I need to get and stay motivated. Something about this week is different, though. I literally don’t want to do anything. Nothing. Especially not write this blog post. I told myself several times that I was not going to write this.
Continue reading “Choosing Faith Over Your Feelings”
You made it! Here are the last ten pieces of wisdom I’ve learned in 30 years of life. Thank you so much for taking time out of your life to connect with my heart, soul and mind! I hope you enjoy the finale of my series, and that something spoke to you, touched you and encouraged you! Continue reading “30 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in 30 Years – Part Three”
This week, my lessons for life focus on living your best life and learning to love others. If you missed part one of this three part series, check out 30 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in 30 Years (Part One) now!
- Live your truth, there’s no time in life to fake it.
If you’re a blerd, prefer to eat versus exercise, enjoy sci-fi over reality TV, or books over movies; love it, accept it, be who you are, and how you feel like being you. As long as you aren’t hurting anyone else, be you to the fullest extent! Discover, develop and celebrate you! Continue reading “30 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in 30 Years – Part Two”
Because I’m Black
My life has no value
My melanin rich skin you can’t handle
So you put yourself up on a pedestal
Make my God white as snow
Eyes like the bright blue sky
Where does the truth lie?
Because I’m Black
You say that beauty is not within me
My curves, my kinks, my nose, my lips
My reflection in the mirror is amiss
Continue reading “Because I’m Black (A Poem)”