march thirty one poetry
march thirty one poetry
Welcome to march thirty one poetry. I call myself a poet-journalist and my poetry tends to reflect my commentary and opinions on pop culture, relationships, politics, and the media. Be sure to visit my blog.
#nationalpoetrymonth poem. In Honor of A Revolutionary
Apr 24 • 1 min
This poem, originally published on my blog in written form, is in honor of the late great, Gil Scott Heron, one of my inspirations for writing.
#nationalpoetrymonth natural hair poem
Apr 17 • 3 min
This rough draft of a poem is dedicated to black women, our struggles and the politics of our hair
#nationalpoetrymonth poem: Racial fiction
Apr 10 • 2 min
From my collection, the black poems, my contribution this week, touches on the stories we’ve been told about race and color.
April 4th. #nationalpoetrymonth in honor of Dr King and a nod to National Burrito Day
Apr 4 • 2 min
Two poems today, one highlighting the roads leading to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a lighthearted ode to National Burrito Day
April 3rd. #nationalpoetrymonth. haiku in the key of life collection.
Apr 3 • 1 min
Two poems from my “haiku in the key of life” collection entitled Business and Stress.
April 2nd. poem: 45 & adulting #nationalpoetrymonth
Apr 2 • 2 min
I just celebrated a birthday so I thought I’d share this with you. A new poem from a forthcoming collection entitled 45 & adulting.
Poem: Vogue. April 1st. National Poetry Month kickoff.
Apr 1 • 1 min
Original poetry from my forthcoming collection, The April Poems.
Channeling Shakespeare. Spring Has Sprung. 4 /18/18.
Apr 18, 2018 • 1 min
This winter seems to not want to leave. I channeled my inner Shakespeare, and wrote this poem in mourning for the short lived spring we’ve had this year. Enjoy!
Poem. Attraction. 4/9/18
Apr 9, 2018 • 1 min
What happens when you first lay eyes upon someone? This poem examines that.
It’s Sunday. The Bible As Poetry. #nationalpoetrymonth 4/8/18
Apr 8, 2018 • 1 min
Because it’s Sunday, I wanted to share one of my favorite scriptures, reciting it as poetry.
Showing My Age. Episode #3 #nationalpoetrymonth
Apr 6, 2018 • 2 min
A late night poem to honor my commitment to national poetry month. Showing My Age is a poem I wrote in 2006. Recently, I celebrated my 45th birthday and this poem was appropriate to revisit
national poetry month. haiku for my favorite tv show. 4/5/18
Apr 5, 2018 • 0 min
This poem is from a writing prompt, a haiku for your favorite television show, from National Poetry Month 2013.
march thirty one poetry. In remembrance of Dr King.
Apr 4, 2018 • 0 min
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