Poetry

Prose Poetry: Whispered Thoughts from Exposed Houses

In many different settings Where I roam different houses I think back to several different lives   Small houses with few rooms A neighborhood where my skin blends in Though the snow and hail leaves me dreary, There is comfort among the writers, artists and activists Inspired and empowered, I move freely But I later […]

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To the Nigerian Woman

My messeage to the Nigerian woman.

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DARK SKIN IS BEAUTIFUL

I notice that on my way to work, there’s quite a large advertisement for a Nivea product that will give your skin a lighter, fairer color. I’ve noticed that bleaching products, lightening creams are often taken as a norm. This can surprise and confuse me because in a country such as Nigeria, the majority is […]

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Our Blackness

My Prose Poetry on What Being Black Means to Me.

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Challenge Your System

Bishop T.D. Jakes emphasizes that we need to challenge our systems. Our ways of thinking, speaking and understanding.

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