Poem: The Mothers Have Come

This poem was written May 25, 2020 after the heinous murder of George Floyd one year ago today. This poem depicts violent imagery, yet not nearly as violent as what the world witnessed on the day (now) 7-year old Gianna Floyd had her father ripped from her life. The contents of this poem may be haunting and are not meant for young audiences, those who have witnessed or have directly experienced forms of violence. Please be advised.

Cherish the Days: My Reflections From “A Poetic Love After the Snap” and More

https://open.spotify.com/episode/22Ncz2L2J1dY5eGtZTY3ug?si=2Gk5zcieSVmzm-yUGnnutw Welcome back, Everyone! I pray you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. As we begin to re-engage into our pre-pandemic ways of being; I hope that each of you are continuing to be vigilante about your health as well as the health of those around you. My plan is for this post …

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