I am Africa The mother Land of plenty Handmade from the sediments of dirt, mud and sand Where […]
Society has a standard on what is considered beautiful and desireable and I’ve never really fit the mold […]
Paint on palette To brush on white canvas Bristles infused with Charcoal Watercolor Oil-based Acrylic paints You sketch […]
Pastels on Paper was a poem I had written during my first go-round in college at the University […]
I am like pastels on paper – warm colors that soothe my ailing psyche I am draped like […]
The Grammar-less Life will be featuring a monthly series called Behind the Grammar aka BTG that will focus on a piece of writing that I have created in the past, present or future that will delve into the behind-the-scenes of that piece of work – using visual aesthetics and sounds, answering questions, providing character sketches, giving a play-by-play or breakdown of the writing and correlating current events in the media related to the work chosen. Doing this will hopefully shed some light on something I wrote, give it new life, pique your interest to want to read more and / or pass it along to someone else who may find it beneficial.