Tag Archives: meditation

Black Words in a Dark World.

August is Black. What do you do when your stance is apocalyptic? When the things you say aren’t very analytic? All you see is the destruction of the planet But your voice is so muted that all you do is … Continue reading

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A Month of Black Love #1

As a way of showing myself love and care I am going to share something meaningful to me everyday this month. As a way of showing my Black communities love, I will share meaningful things. *Update, apparently my life did … Continue reading

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Inauguration Party

Regime. Light a candle turn out all the lights focus on your existential fright. It’s very real, the fear you’re feeling enveloped by the reality of our regime changing it’s not like before you thought you were safe like you could … Continue reading

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Are You Still Awake Too?

The Moon. She beckons me, calling me into the night. “Tell me your fears, release latent tears, follow me into the night…” * Sometimes I hold my teddy bear all quiet in the night. I squeeze it tight as though … Continue reading

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Expunging the Last 3 Years in Higher Ed.

Convalescence. What happens to a dream rejected? After you’ve swallowed all pride, but you’re still neglected? When you put yourself in environmental squalor to find out your strife was considered little less than valor? When the only thing you can do … Continue reading

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Leap Day, Leap Year, Leaping, and Poetry.

Perhaps Leap Day is not all it’s meant to be. Black History Month sure has left me weak (but that is another post for another day). I started today needing some inspiration, I started today wanting to be free. However, … Continue reading

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When Non-Violence Seems Inadequate

Yesterday was Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday! We as a nation have set aside a day every year to reflect and celebrate his life and loving rage, which usually ends up being a three day weekend full of everything but! … Continue reading

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