A Poem

Photo: Roger Levien/Audubon Photography Awards

1500 miles

to the gem

I call home

1500 miles

situates

my tropical paradise

where I climbed

fruit trees

dashed through

ocean breeze

hummingbirds

decorate its sky

reflected

in clear rivers

that borne the love

of islanders

like me

1500 miles

my young heart beats

on a green verandah

long…

Black Woman: I Am Everything!

Six black women who create space for healing, art, and wellness
Source: WLRN

In the words of Fannie Lou Hamer, “I am sick and tired of being sick and tired.”

I’m tired of having to reprogram myself against the false narratives and stereotypes that belittle Black women. …

A Poem on Police Brutality

Source: The Denver Post

If I should die by the hands of a police officer,

Tell him that he killed the wrong woman,

Tell him that he is what’s wrong with this country,

Tell him that his children and family will be stained by the death of a good…

A Poem

Artwork from Alexis Tsegba —diversity of Black people
ARTWORK FROM LEFT: Alexis Tsegba, “Come As You Are,” 2019; “Interconnected,” 2019

What is our Black without the history of colonization?

It is unadulterated

An untainted history

It is free

Uncensored

Ungentrified

It is uncaged

and unstolen

It is invention and creation

Knowledge and wealth

It is Math and Science

Art and Music

It is endless possibilities

And endless paths to success

Kellion Knibb

Lover of words and expressions. ✨ Uncovering truth for myself and whoever identifies.

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