Poetry journal entry , day 46

A note from the grave Black rose petals falling on the gravestone, Seven days in a row, I feel your tears seep through the concrete, I want to tell you to stop or you’ll flood my coffin but I can’t, I want to wipe your tears but my hand slips right through, I want to […]

A TRIBUTE TO BLACK WOMEN

This is a piece I’ve wanted to write since I had it. It’s written by actress, model and activist, Yara Shahidi. To Be A Black Girl By Yara Shahidi To be a black girl is to be one of the reasons the universe thrives. Our lineage has taught me that I am integral, that we […]

Poetry journal entry, day 48. 08/09/2020

PHOENIX She thought she had finally found somewhere to rest her weary wings, He took her in, made her feel safe. He drew her in with his charm, then clipped her wings,locked her away, caged in, hidden away from the rest of the world. What he didn’t know is that one day, she’d grow her […]

Journal entry , day 38

Envy #poetry #love I envy the way the sun kisses your face, the same way I kissed your lips in the morning. I envy the wind that blows through your hair, the same way I ran my fingers through it , everytime we made love. The way that dress holds your body, the same way […]

I hope

I hope that one day, I’ll learn to love me, I hope that one day, I’ll be able to look in the mirror and love my body without feeling sexualized, I hope that one day, I’ll never have to cry myself to sleep, I hope that one day ,I’ll realize how much I’m loved, I […]