IN OUR VESSELS IT FLOW.

My walk on the black soil. Down the sun rays pour and seeds spring into trees. The black children at the yard play games. One walked towards me when cleaning at the yard, greeting our usual Ekaasan, it is afternoon. Kinswomen are valued, the pride of the land. From the bed, drum sounds woke me.... Continue Reading →

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SOOTHING ANSWERS.

Deep down, sprawling in the thick mud You aren't supposed to be Not with the huge muscle and chest Stand tall this giant. This song of freedom flying birds whisper And the flapping wings of the flying butterfly spread strength They see what lives in you. Still trapped in the mud And a shadow of... Continue Reading →

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