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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
08/22/2021 RUMINATING 103 Rhyme
07/03/2021 The Fourth of July 79 Rhyme
05/30/2021 The Merchant Seaman 169 Narrative
05/30/2021 Sophisticated Women 206 Narrative
05/30/2021 Sweet Daddy Grace 104 Narrative
03/01/2021 Get Thee Devil Behind Me 172 Narrative
03/01/2021 SHE 244 Narrative
02/22/2021 His Love For Storm 122 Narrative
02/22/2021 Storm's Abeyance 266 Narrative
02/22/2021 In A Sea Of Tedium 172 Free verse
02/22/2021 The Street Cleaner 144 Free verse
02/22/2021 My Sinner Man 220 Free verse
02/14/2021 Ephemeral Romance 212 Free verse
02/14/2021 The Midwife pg 1 continue of Tater and Junebug 198 Narrative
02/14/2021 The Midwife pg 2 continue Tater and Junebug 143 Narrative
02/14/2021 The Midwife pg 3 continue from Tater and Junebug 154 Narrative
02/14/2021 The Midwife pg4 continue of Tater and Junebug 135 Narrative
02/13/2021 A Float With Memories 200 Free verse
02/13/2021 Tater and Junebug 219 Narrative
02/03/2021 Winter Solstice 282 Free verse
02/03/2021 Under The Glory of God 203 Free verse
01/23/2021 The Debut of Storm 210 Free verse
01/23/2021 The Split Tongue Serpent 156 Free verse
01/23/2021 The Brooding Storm 136 Free verse
01/23/2021 My Man So True 205 Rhyme
01/22/2021 Long Suffering 236 Free verse
01/21/2021 UNDER OUR FATHER'S SUN 163 Free verse
11/22/2020 The Sweet Breath of God 262 Rhyme
03/31/2020 Quiet Soul 271 Prose
10/23/2018 Our Beloved Page one 468 Narrative
10/23/2018 Our Beloved Page two 313 Narrative
08/14/2018 S H I T T A H TREE 616 Free verse
04/14/2018 Sweet Cornbread and Warm Comfort 544 Narrative
02/19/2018 Come See Me 501 Prose Poetry
01/18/2018 Erased 512 Prose
12/30/2017 Tempo 395 Verse
05/23/2017 Hashtali-Achafa A Divine Spot 559 Prose Poetry
05/23/2017 Spiritual Mysticism 632 Free verse
05/17/2017 Go Forth 613 Political Verse
04/13/2017 Gnarled Branches Of A Jujube Tree 439 Free verse
04/12/2017 Kindle Spirit 572 Prose
04/08/2017 A Brooding Storm 437 Free verse
04/08/2017 Moonlight And The Chesapeake Bay 760 Free verse
04/08/2017 A Piece Of Peace 420 Light Verse
01/18/2017 The Halcyon 514 Free verse
10/29/2016 Nouveau 521 Narrative
09/13/2016 A Glittering Reflection In The Sun 478 Light Verse
07/21/2016 CHILLIN' WITH DEBUSSY 811 Rhyme
07/13/2016 Things Then And Now 485 Light Verse
07/11/2016 Decomposition of My Dignity 738 Light Verse
07/06/2016 I Know This Man of God 760 Light Verse
07/06/2016 Sky Glow 499 Light Verse
07/05/2016 Splendid Wind 634 Free verse
07/05/2016 Another Dawn pt III 628 Narrative
07/05/2016 Another Dawn pt II 618 Narrative
07/05/2016 Another Dawn pt I 673 Narrative
06/22/2016 Thanksgiving 913 Narrative
06/21/2016 What's A Woman To Do 575 Free verse
06/21/2016 Moss 456 Free verse
06/21/2016 My Serenade 521 Free verse
06/21/2016 Music of Our Years 659 Free verse
06/06/2016 A Perfect Color For Me 617 Free verse
06/06/2016 The Dust Of Life 798 Free verse
06/06/2016 The Caw Of Crows 442 Light Verse
06/06/2016 True Vine Baptist Church 605 Narrative
06/06/2016 NHANDI 1226 Free verse
05/01/2016 Excerpt from my book Halona 497 Light Verse
04/25/2016 A Hearty Choke 567 Light Verse
03/22/2016 My Reconstructed House 584 Prose

Quotes

Quote Left If it seems that I can not conform to many ways, it is because I am determined to break the folds of the box I live in. Quote Right
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Quote Left Give a woman a fistful of misery and hardship, and a cultured pearl of a woman will evolve faster than it would take a mayfly to emerge and perish. Quote Right
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