I, declare that all people are created equal, Eyes on the prize, eyes on the sparrow Don’t pass on this, just pass along this jewel, American Patriot 2.0, the sequel. Glasses up and Happy Fourth. The Year 2024th So let us push forth, On the fulfillment and promise, Of what it is, To be an […]

Black music. Black history. Black Unemployment. Black actors. Black athletes. Black dance. Black art. Black Crime. Black awards. Black students. Black cEOs. Black leadership. Black Single Parent. Black lives. Black achievement. Black lips. Black words. Black skin. Black verse. White Culture America. All too familiar, The symbols, they thirst. Black Monster Godzilla. But These Hidden […]

Four chairs. One plate, One fork. Two chairs. One napkin, One filled glass. One chair. A microwave meat pie. Camping out across the table, is the noisy white conversation, of too many red lettered bills and junk mail. The TV, slightly out of frame with a dark, blank screen, chattering away into the background. He […]

It was a Summer breeze, on a Saturday eve, from some time ago freed, that carried on its winds, a thought conceived. I placed my cup on the ground, leaned my head back to the sound, so profound in it’s hypnosis reclaiming a memory recently found. I reminisced on the only life I’ve lived. I […]

The Sun’s light shown through the windows and doors of the all white room. The all white curtains stood sentry at the windows, motionless while at attention. She sat at the piano between two, all white columns. Her wrists, in staccato movements, struck the keys with angled elbows, while her fingers, deliciously, devoured each note. […]

Drop the beat, the heat, slide the wisdom to the streets. DOOM the funk like unwashed feet or some ole skunk meat. The El Dorado, gold crease, please the teddy bear market with ease. Decease or desist. Drop it like it’s hot ’til the heartbeat cease. Roll up on it like Thought in a spaceship. […]

Each day after school, a little brown boy grabbed his backpack to begin his journey home. As he exited the main doors, he would look down at his sock with the blue stripe, near the top, slouching around his ankle. He would reach down and pull it up. As he began to walk, it would […]