Poems by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER

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02/18/2018 I KNOW A GIRL 15 Tanka
02/09/2018 A JAZZ WORTHY CONVERSATION 44 Cinquain
02/05/2018 POWER AND PRESTIGE 49 Free verse
02/04/2018 JUST FIGURING - MY MANIFESTO 80 Cinquain
02/01/2018 WRITER'S BLOCK BY STOCK 64 Cinquain
01/28/2018 LOVE SPELL CASTER 158 Sonnet
01/27/2018 THE INTIMATE OBSERVER 74 Cinquain
01/24/2018 STAR BRIGHT 59 Free verse
01/15/2018 FROM DAWN TO DAWN 74 Sonnet
01/13/2018 WHAT IS LOVE MADE OF 67 Prose Poetry
01/03/2018 GROWING ALONG 43 Free verse
12/29/2017 FLY BUTTERFLIES AWAY 72 Sonnet
12/27/2017 A SUDDEN BURST OF QUIET 51 Sonnet
12/26/2017 A BREATH 71 Sonnet
12/19/2017 IN THE DEPTH OF SPIRIT 114 Name
12/18/2017 SPRING BURST SPRING THIRST 243 Cinquain
12/15/2017 VOICES OF A WATERFALL 75 Free verse
12/15/2017 THE VOICE OF WATER 119 Tanka
12/11/2017 HOLIDAY HAZE AND HOLLER 49 Rhyme
12/05/2017 IN COMES THE FUTURE 85 Prose
12/02/2017 FAHRENHEIT 98 Acrostic
11/21/2017 NOTHING ACCEPT WORDS 104 Sonnet
11/19/2017 A TANGIBLE LOVE 204 Cinquain
11/12/2017 I WILL NEVER WRITE A POEM ABOUT A RED RED ROSE 155 Prose Poetry
11/12/2017 GARDENING NEEDS TO BE DONE 112 Prose Poetry
11/10/2017 SOUNDLESSNESS OF SOLITUDE 72 Sonnet
11/10/2017 THEM DAYS 113 Sonnet
11/08/2017 WORDS OF DUST OF DUSK 83 Prose Poetry
11/03/2017 THE GOD FATHER 66 Free verse
11/01/2017 TEE AND TEE AGAIN 83 Alliteration
10/30/2017 DESTINY OF MAN- SPEECH 174 Prose
10/28/2017 SEND ME YOUR HEART 119 Prose Poetry
10/20/2017 INSANE PLEASURE OF A LOVE 242 Cinquain
10/19/2017 INTIMATE CONVERSATIONS 134 Sonnet
10/09/2017 WHAT KIND OF GRAY ARE YOU 132 Sonnet
10/06/2017 SIGHTS AND SOUNDS AT DUSK 63 Free verse
09/27/2017 SPRING THE SPARKLING 280 Cinquain
09/22/2017 ONE MOST BEAUTIFUL 159 Prose Poetry
09/20/2017 DO YOU REMEMBER THOSE TIMES 145 Prose
09/11/2017 HOLLER 284 Cinquain
09/08/2017 AIN'T NOTHING BUT A CAKE WALK 167 Free verse
09/07/2017 THIS CONFESSION 175 Sonnet
09/01/2017 ONE MORE LOVE POEM 90 Free verse
08/30/2017 LOOK AT HER 120 Free verse
08/29/2017 PICTURE THE SUN 358 Cinquain
08/23/2017 IF THERE WAS NO POETRY PART II 86 Prose Poetry
08/17/2017 HEAVENS DREAM 130 Prose Poetry
08/15/2017 IF YOU SLAP ME 194 Tanka
08/15/2017 HEARTACHE TAKES A HOLIDAY 129 Prose Poetry
08/09/2017 UNBELIEVABLE NOTIONS 131 Free verse
08/04/2017 THERE SHE GOES AGAIN 137 Sonnet
08/02/2017 YOU ARE NATURE'S WAY 110 Sonnet
07/30/2017 SALACIOUS AUTUMN NIGHTS 141 Sonnet
07/26/2017 THE ONLY DREAM 171 Sonnet
07/14/2017 BLACK CHILD 195 Prose Poetry
07/09/2017 THERE SHE GOES 140 Sonnet
06/28/2017 THE END OF CHILDHOOD 199 Sonnet
06/26/2017 SOME DAY IS HERE 198 Sonnet
06/24/2017 LOVE IS THESE THINGS 186 Free verse
06/19/2017 WITHOUT MERCY 212 Free verse
06/17/2017 THIS IS ALL BECAUSE I'M HAPPY 171 Free verse
06/15/2017 RAW LOVE CELEBRATION 275 Sonnet
06/12/2017 HEAT STROKES OF THE HEART 214 Free verse
06/07/2017 THE QUIET 249 Sonnet
06/05/2017 POETRY LIFE 286 Sonnet
05/30/2017 MY HOME MY LOVE JONES 212 Sonnet
05/29/2017 HEART BEAT OF A PART OF ME 441 Sonnet
05/25/2017 PLATINUM DAWN 181 Alliteration
05/22/2017 DO YOU KNOW ME 234 Sonnet
05/21/2017 REGARDING OUR FEELINGS 135 Free verse
05/19/2017 LOVE ROLLERCOASTER 152 Free verse
05/17/2017 THE PROSE OF DEVASTATION 195 Prose Poetry
05/15/2017 I AM A POET 154 Free verse
05/09/2017 ALL DAY LONG SEASONS OF SONG 244 Sonnet
05/05/2017 A SECRET DEVOTION 264 Prose Poetry
04/28/2017 LOVE DISEUR 133 Prose Poetry
04/24/2017 BUT LOVE STILL ENDURES 207 Sonnet
04/23/2017 TELL ME 188 Sonnet
04/21/2017 SHE SAYS I LOVE YOU AGAIN 284 Sonnet
04/20/2017 ADDED TO THE LIST OF BEAUTIFUL THINGS 229 Prose Poetry
04/20/2017 BEAUTIFUL THINGS 144 Prose
04/20/2017 STROLLING 178 Haiku
04/19/2017 WHEN 188 Tanka
04/19/2017 LOVE PRIESTESS 144 Sonnet
04/19/2017 THE PAUPER'S MOON 336 Sonnet
04/18/2017 THE SUN THE FLAWLESS ONE 236 Sonnet
04/15/2017 SHY LITTLE LULLABY 228 Tanka
04/15/2017 MY BABY STROLLING ON MONDAY 365 Haiku
04/15/2017 JUST A COUPLE OF HAIKUS 208 Haiku
04/14/2017 THE HUSTLER 367 Tanka
04/14/2017 LOVE AND OTHER THINGS 216 Acrostic
04/11/2017 UNIQUE 153 Acrostic
04/10/2017 UNBRIDLED LOVE 266 Sonnet
04/09/2017 WORDS WORTH LIQUID CHARMS 208 Sonnet
04/03/2017 STREETS OF SUMMER DREAMS 400 Alliteration
04/02/2017 I DREAM OF MAGIC 244 Sonnet
04/01/2017 A MOONFUL NIGHT 278 Sonnet
03/31/2017 STILL A MAVERICK 202 Sonnet
03/31/2017 HOPE OF IMMORTALITY 202 Sonnet
03/29/2017 BLOOM AND BLOOM AGAIN 228 Sonnet
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Quote Left A pity for those ignorant of life's temporary dream lost in weeds of grief, for they do not console, standing near to the hazy realm of this world. Quote Right
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Quote Left Never barrow never lend keep it coming in. I'm a genuine professor of my own progression steady played. Imagine not having anything. Dime and nickel days of faith. Quote Right
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Quote Left When everything is said and done I might wait for you at the end of the hall but I won't wait forever Quote Right
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Quote Left I'm not really afraid of death. I am very afraid of the physical pain that accompanies it. Val Brooklyn Rogers Quote Right
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Quote Left Nobody can ever tell me that I'm not a black anything when I know that I'm a black everything. All righteous and dignified. Here I am standing....waiting.....for it to hit the fan. Change but remember. Remain Quote Right
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Quote Left If you practice non-violence, you had better be PREPARED to block the punches. Quote Right
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Quote Left It's understandable. I don't mow my lawn. I prefer the manual method. I cut my grass one blade at a time. It's more precise. VB ROGERS Quote Right
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Quote Left Be in constant thought never have an idle mind. Val Brooklyn Rogers Quote Right
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Quote Left I've read quotes that made me feel less than what I am. I feel so subtracted from. I need to find a calculator to add myself up. I'm not really good with math. Quote Right
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My Biography is Coming Soon...I don't know  what to write in my biography.  6 years old.  Walking in the drizzling  rain.  Jumping from puddle to juicy  puddle. Finally, the CANDY STORE.  LEMME  GET some of  deezee  after I finished with my choices I gave Poncho 2 dollars.  Ok it was  1 dollar and plenty of coins.  Now I figured I had to put some candy to the side for my self.   I took four  Maryjanes  and stuffed  them deep into my pocket.  Then my pumpkin seeds went into my jacket pocket.  Running  back home. I hit every puddle I could hit.  We lived on the 4th floor. I had  3 siblings. I pressed the bell as though I was being chased.  Before I entered the  apartment I was  ambushed.  GIMME, GIMME VAL.,  HEGGIES DOWN  I said.   It means  don't  beg.   Oh,  Val  your  so  stingy.   I turned around , ok , you can have some footsie rolls.  I gave WANDA some footsie rolls.  Well.... After waking up out of the nightmare.  I became a 13 year old poet.  I wrote lyrics to songs.  Wasn't any good. Finally at  22 I wrote one poem that was satisfactory.  It was part of my manuscript.  I mailed a copy to a publishing company.  I'm sure they did not approve of it. They mailed me a , WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU LETTER.   This one poem I remembered :    A dimpled splash of gray on a fridges November MORNING.   I can't  recall the whole poem . That my story  as I grew up, I appreciated nature and words reading and writing  alot more.