A celebration of
and culture in the African Diaspora
Is that house up there a real one, or did you 'build' it with a collage of pics? I want a house like that! Stephen, when people talk about exploding, I get really, really scared...terrified even. I live in a society where, any minute, *something* can happen. I think it takes courage, strength of character, to seek peaceful solutions, for this, I lift my hat off to Martin Luther King.Every time you come to my blog and you say 'Peace' it lifts my spirit. Makes me want to spread the feelin'.
GG-I see this house everytime I go home to North Carolina. I took a picture of it one day and went town on it as creatively as possible. I wanted it to sum up my feelings about art.Yes, I am all for peace first. I always hope and pray that things can be resolved peacefully. Unfortunately, most of the world don't see it this way. Peace~
I think everyday when I come to check the newest poem I have to start with WOW!Wow! this poem is so very timely and thought provoking. Thought provoking indeed!See ya tomorrow!
I absolutely love this picture!! Amazing words. :)
Summed up the day perfectly. Thanks.Do you read anywhere in DC? We should meet up sometime.
lovebabz-I'm so glad that you can appreciate my words. It's a challenge, but your words are inspiring.Christina-Thank you and welcome to MC.Will-I've never read my poetry out loud. :)I've had thoughts of doing so, but...When I hang out in the city, It's usually around 14th and U. Hit me on my email and let's set up a time and day.
Oh Snap!Alizé (LoversA.blogspot.com)
Where have I been? I've been missing out on all this! Nobody tells me nothing.
Is that second picture DC? Amazing - it looks like Nuremberg after the bombing, something on that scale!
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