Poems

Poetry Pick: ‘Therapy Session’

Bringing you another Poetry Pick Sunday This poem is able to express many feelings that I’ve experienced lately. Last year I thought a lot about where my ancestors may have come from and the privilege many people have in knowing the answer to that. It’s hard being content with not knowing the story of your […]

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Poems

Poetry Pick: ‘Tubman 20s’

I hope your week has been amazing Since tomorrow is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I thought it would be nice to share a Poetry Pick that pertained to history. This poem is performed by Dayanna and Nia Naomi and it is amazing! Check it out:

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Poems

Poetry Pick: ‘Backwards’

Sunday’s are for poetry So, I’m bringing you a poem by Samuel. This piece is entitled, ‘Backwards’ and is an ode to the Black experience in the United States. Check it out:

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Poems

Poetry Picks: “For Telling the Truth Even When It Hurts”

Welcome back for another Poetry Pick Sunday! I really enjoy bringing you all of these poets and their beautiful pieces because I know I can’t be the only person that still enjoys poetry. It’s such a great way to use words, diction, tone and emotion to convey a message or feeling.  This week’s piece is […]

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Poems, Quotes

Poetry Picks: “On Emotional Labor”

Hello good people! It’s Sunday and you know on Sundays I bring you my favorite Poetry Picks.  Today’s poem is by Janae Johnson. If I were ever at a loss for words on how Black women are treated, this poem would be the perfect explanation. Press play…    

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