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Poem: A Tribute to Maya Angelou, By: Mary Brown

Poem: A Tribute to Maya Angelou, By: Mary Brown

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Thank you for all the words of wisdom, That were sent through generations of time. Thanks for all the helpful guidance, That was included in each and every rhyme. Your words were always powerful, Full of goodness, honesty, and truth. You shared your heart with […]

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Poem: Justice or JUST US By: Mary Brown

Poem: Justice or JUST US By: Mary Brown

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…to see the true redemption Of the black male; Would be a vision that came to pass, Like a long lived folk tale. …to reap all of the benefits That were due him in life; Would mean a heart that’s truly fulfilled, And free from […]

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Poem: Alone By: Maya Angelou

Poem: Alone By: Maya Angelou

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Lying, thinking Last night How to find my soul a home Where water is not thirsty And bread loaf is not stone I came up with one thing And I don’t believe I’m wrong That nobody, But nobody Can make it out here alone. Alone, […]

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Spoken Word: “Good Father” By: Prentice Powell

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Round of applause!!! What a deep and heart-felt message. Prentice Powell is definitely one of the best poets in the game. I’m sure this is only the tip of the iceberg of what this young man can do. Prentice we are waiting for the next […]

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Poem: Dark Shadows Close At The End of The Day By: Mary Brown

Poem: Dark Shadows Close At The End of The Day By: Mary Brown

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In honor of black history, These words must live. The black man’s toils and struggles, He can never outlive. A fellow laborer in this life, Has been the most occupied space. The burdens of others lightly carried, By this forsaken race. Stumbling from the heavy […]

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Poem- The Mutual Heartache By: Tupac Shakur

Poem- The Mutual Heartache By: Tupac Shakur

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Introduced with innocence who would have ever guessed that u were the one I had been so desperately searching 4 u talk as I do but yet u don’t understand when I mumble u c as I do but your vision is blurred by naivete […]

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The Call Of A Nation

Poem: The Call Of A Nation By: Mary Brown

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They were of miry clay, From deep within the earth’s core. …Of paps that often gave suck, To the first born son that mother bore. They traveled on foot, With hand made hunting gear. Each man was a BROTHER, No need to live in fear. […]

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