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Change

Excerpt from “Poems Of Redemption” by Author Olawale Famodun Change The fast narrow cutting stream, converts to a broad slow-moving brook. The steep on the jagged hills is shaped into an angelic, gentle one. The row that moved the mountains… Read More ›

Life

Excerpt from Measuring For Balance by Author Demitri Tyler Life I am the first tear you ever shed The unexpected pleasure of a simple touch The sweet scent of the waking dawn I am Your first love pure untainted and… Read More ›

Silent Trumpet

Excerpt from “CrossRhodes” by Author Lindsey F. Rhodes Silent Trumpet The revolution will not be televised Vices of a man that was well publicized Old school wisdom through social commentary To take heed or not to heed; results may vary… Read More ›

Cerebral Wildness

Excerpt from Journey To The Poetic Light Cerebral Wildness Oxymoronic To the edge of darkness In the landscape of the imagination Thoughts birthed to grow and form Where monsters sometime hide And demons whisper Brilliant ideas, images of death But… Read More ›

J.U.N.K. Food II

Excerpt from our book “Unleashed” J.U.N.K. Food II Mass distraction by design Copious amounts of coverage; shifting the paradigm Subdued by the slanted news Taking it as gospel to dictate one’s views Stereotypical dialogue employed as doublespeak Praying on the… Read More ›

Cocktail of Conflicts

Excerpt from “Echoes And Consequences” Cocktail of Conflicts Many times over I have been crippled and wrecked, I think in my subconscious mind, About the heady controversial patches On this colorful sheet of life How can the lush green TRANQUILITY,… Read More ›

Puppets

Excerpt from “Pressing On” by Author Billy Charles Root Puppets The puppet master tilts his hand The strings he tug’s and pull’s Forced to dance and strike a pose he jerks us around like fools Held by strings we twirl… Read More ›

Slave

Excerpt from “Poems Of Redemption” by Author Olawale Famodun Slave I am to labor a slave, Serving with all intents, Drawing back on what I gave To gain strength in my tents. I have no room to complain, I have… Read More ›