Poetry

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Strip

    Intimacy isn’t always physical. A conversation can leave you feeling completely naked when someone is able to tap into places only they are meant to find, unlocking the treasure box of your mind. The way you watch me Strip It’s a trip On all dimensions Convos travel on spaceships With pit stops Wherever the pen drops You just hitched a ride To my 3rd eye Through a soul tie Stripping my mind From my inner body Baptize me The water leaks thru my eyes As my soul purifies In the river of your try’s Mind of my mind The way you watch me strip From the inside My nakedness I…

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Roots

    Colossians 2:6-7 Spiritual Fullness in Christ 6 So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him, 7 rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. I️ don’t know if It’s the distance Or the years Or the fears of tears Returning When you’re gone I️ don’t want to. hold on You will always Be this mystery A lingering Desire Climb higher And we always Seem to fall Our backs against the wall You draw I️ draw We all call On the same Higher Power To deliver us all I’ll bear witness To…

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Give Me Life

    Proverbs 18:21 The tongue can bring death or life; those who love to talk will reap the consequences. Give me your tongue No, not the physical one Your spiritual tongue Give me your thoughts From the root of your heart I know they are seeds Planted in a heart that bleeds Planted in a heart that breeds Love Reason… Me Give me your tongue No, not to kiss For a blessed existence Give my your words Be a good witness Of my love And our business Speak life to blemishes Slay my nemesis Resurrect Our Father’s intentions Give me your tongue Yes, the physical one I want to come To…

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Black American Woman

    To be black and American I am an unclaimed National Historic Landmark The world famous Black woman Of the United States of America No other nation place or station makes claim to me I came to be through the birth canal Of the mysteries of iniquities And landed on the shores of her history I bear the name of my great great grands Owner of the land And the people Black history didn’t start with slavery But, I am America’s baby A descendent of her affair with slavery The reminder of a consummation between a people & a nation trapped in subordination Hatred… Simply Because we’re resistant to the mutation…

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Independence Day

    This poem is about America as well as the America in us that values life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness yet struggles to live up to the standard of true freedom in righteousness and truth. Whether your station in life is in America or abroad, the way to freedom is Love… Selah America She rocked her hips Dipped in her ships Across oceans and borders Sent her explorers to hoard us On ships beyond The doors of no return America was Bad! She was a fad Something to be had She sold Freedom but She needed them Blessed by the Creator Sold Gods Creation of emancipation The birth of…

  • Poetry,  Poetry, Prose & Quotes

    Rain

    On lonely nights when it starts to rain Memories of love sessions ponder my brain I think of the best sex I ever had and how hard it rained that night The thunderous chills I got from every kiss, nibble, and bite I could hear the raindrops land as if the skies were playing a melody composed for me and my man The harmoneous trinkle of the raindrops tickle my ear like fingertips caressing my spine I’m high I feel my temperature rise, as I place my hand on my inner thigh Imitating his gentle touch, I move my hand up Granting myself permission to explore, the gap between each leg grows as I whisper “more”…