Rebellious

A passionate rebel against the norms An architect for anarchy Ashes coat manicure nails The last visible remnant of her femininity remaining A present challenger fighting for a better future

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Dimensions

Switching directions on the map Sights elevated onto a new plateau Thousands of feet above a grounded sanctuary I could hear untold passions whispered Quivered breaths Of excitement Of anxiety Our dimensions altered under rigid glass An exhilarated child hopped on that glass to test its strength But I stood tall staring at blue moonlight […]

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Hidden smile

This is the 2nd poem I’ve edited and contributed to for my man Aston Kamunde @AstonKamunde on WordPress. My contributions are italicized I longed to hush my sleepless nights from the darkly depths of resentment that torn and bruised my soul and left me standing alone. For many days and months I felt numb and […]

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She makes me wonder

Many thanks to my frequent collaborator and friend Aston Kamunde for giving me his first draft to this poem, and allowing me to strengthen it. Gentle touch as echoes pass Remnants of the night fell softly like feathery petals many of them reminding me of her perfectly crafted in black and gold Soft winds drew […]

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The African Green Gold

Mother nature takes no breather Challenges are enforced daily Rain drops shimmer Tasting and swallowing old earth for new if only it was true The rain falls hard On bare ground, Intoxicating the air with new smells But will Mother Nature continue to allow the birds to sing with a feathery flame? Or for frogs […]

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The Wanderer

Collaboration piece, co written with Aston Kamunde at https://astonkamunde.wordpress.com/ My contributions are in bold Sometimes I wonder if anyone’s watching how despair torments  the lone wanderer      Under the quiet moonlight   a currency of shadows   encircles him   sinking him deeper and deeper   the surface of life is on the verge […]

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