Tag Archives: rage

Evocative

Quiet peaceful ambiance Taking it all in, passive smiles directed at me “What can I get for you out of the case?” I realize it’s my turn to speak. – Immersed in textual salvation I fail to recognize the elevation … 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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Sustenance in Rage.

I dedicate this post to all the Black Rage, to all of us in mourning, who are bound to a cage, of all the little things getting in the way of the process, of living of grieving leaving us shattered … Continue reading

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Breathing and Other Difficult Things.

Resurrection in the Light. The crushing weight of my chest compressing, heaving, bounding, daring never to let me breathe. * * * I’ve been waking up every day feeling worse knowing of the weight our communities were forced to live … 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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Terrorism, Loving Rage, and Juneteenth

How are we to find the love amidst all of the rage and all of the terror? What do we do and  how do we begin to think of anything but violence malice and fear in the face of the … Continue reading

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And So I Waited.

Plummet. Everyday I sit and think to myself, “I’ll wait ’til things die down,” But every day things unremittingly accrue, and I begin to drown In my deep and tragic melancholy within the ocean of Black Death, On a raft … Continue reading

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