They tried to throw me in the gullies of the streets Stripped me bare cut my hair, pissed on me. I even called it a racial analogy yet no one had the Stomach no eyes could see. How in times gone by so called authoritarian fascists Demeaned me.   They wrapped my now sorry black… Continue reading Framed


Military Strife

A son whose pride was a soldier’s life, through desert storms as bullets hailed He soldiers on. With military pride allies by his side, his mother’s happiness when home he arrives. Woe comes the day that alters his life, he loses limbs others lose their lives. No more a soldier feels less of a man,… Continue reading Military Strife