Go to work Go to class Go to this meeting Go to that meeting Pay this Pay that Turn this in Turn in that Sleep for four hours Wake up Do it again Walk here Catch a bus there Call an Uber here Bike there Run here Walk there Wake up, early Be on time… Continue reading Hurdles
The sky we live under they roam Past down from generation to generation I was taught to watch, be cautious, but more than that to know To know how to look in their eyes and spot the difference Is it their clothing, their uniforms, their jaw structures, is it the cold blueness that pierces through… Continue reading Sixth Sense
Drugs We all take them We all use them We all need them What extent are we ran by them? In a world where Technology is a demand Are we reprogramming our brains as we suffer from chronic mental illnesses that go rapid? The alcohol user The coffee drinker The Adderall supplier The SSRI takers… Continue reading #2
Our people always been on the bus Since Rosa Parks Hell, I’m on it right now. We can’t afford cars, too expensive Pay this note, pay that note Have insurance Buy a title Don’t nobody got time for that We like the bus though. It’s fast, if it’s on time and even if it’s late,… Continue reading Buses
Before someone even jumps right into writing a novel they start somewhere… writing a short story. But, what makes a good one? If you can’t write an amazing short story then how can you ever write a novel that will be interesting to read? Here are my top ten rules for crafting an amazing story… Continue reading What Makes a Good Short Story?
Some of the greatest books that I’ve read lately have a lot to do with politics, but not in the sense of what you may be thinking of (guns, wars, policies, and officials), rather in a different way. I like to define these books as being “woke.” I walked around saying, “I hate politics,” but… Continue reading Political Novels or Woke Novels, take your pick