Once again we are here for National Poetry Month, with another Poem . On Day 8 National Poetry Month from the Lucid Writers circle delivers a poem a day for your reading pleasure. On Day 8 National Poetry Month is thriving and the words keep coming. I remember you. I remember you. I remember thing things you used to do. I remember the half empty … Continue reading Day 8 National Poetry Month
Once again we are here for National Poetry Month, with another Poem. Lucid Writers has decided to celebrate National Poetry month by delivering a poem a day for your reading pleasure. Enjoy. All I Wanted Was Your Love All I wanted was for you to love me. All my life I wanted that connection, Instead I spent the majority of my time on this space … Continue reading National Poetry Month: Day 7
Back on day 6 of national poetry month, we bring to you a poem about sweet and sour experiences. Things that are sweet, Can easily turn sour. So even if we think great And believe in our power There is always that turn of events, That will destroy our plans The only thing is, Will you be devoured? By the twists and turns of trajectory? … Continue reading Sweet and Sour
A poem by Jae Suki. We are currently in Day 5 of national poetry month. We took a weekend hiatus for other reasons. However, Lucid Writers is still dropping poetry each day until the end of this month.!!! Starting us off on April 5th, is Jae Suki of Jae Suki Beauti. Sis came through and delivered a poem for us, check out the brilliance of … Continue reading National Poetry Month Day 5
Imperialism is a plague that spreads its Essance across the globe Capitalism is the scourge that riddles the skies and blinds eyes with images of gold and green that force us to survive. When in reality we really should thrive off bartering and community collective efforts. Patriarchy and the desire to hold onto outdated ideals are pieces to a stinking onion. We peel layer after … Continue reading National poetry month Day 1: What does Liberation look like to you?
I was asked a question by my grandmother recently that stuck with my psyche for a couple of days. What do you love about yourself the most? I had to take a moment and truly ask myself that question and find answers about it because I couldn’t tell you off the top of my head. This is because I don’t love myself, well I didn’t, … Continue reading What Do I Love The Most About Myself?
A story about local black entrepreneurship Growing up I didn’t get to see many black creators. Especially from the place that I came. As a Creator this was disappointing. Because I didn’t have any real influence to aspire to or want to model my life around. Plus, I fell into (like many other people in my vicinity) the trap of going to school in assimilating … Continue reading Black In Business
A poem for the lost Where am I today? Not here, not on this plane. Where do I exist? Somewhere far, far away Somewhere dodging the Cataclysmic Idea Of going insane Losing grip of reality Falling into madness Trying not to gravitate To an endless sadness Where will I be tomorrow? Not where I am today I’ll have drifted to another dimension Deep within the … Continue reading Where Am I Today?
A writing Challenge I was asked today, what am I afraid of? That’s a loaded question to be honest. I have many deep and dark fears. I can’t pinpoint one of them to be the sole obstruction that keeps me up at night. However, I can list them and the reasons as to why they hold a grasp on my psyche and haunt me. For … Continue reading What Am I afraid Of the most?
I’ve spent my whole life learning, living, and being black history. Every year, I’ve celebrated black history month. I’ve loved it, I’ve loathed it for a myriad of reasons. As I’ve gone throughout my 26 years of life in black history, only recently have I learned about Black August. What is Black August? Black August is a celebration of revolution. Black August is a recognition … Continue reading What Is Black August