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A reflecting mirror For a code of honour Opportunity calls to strike Slender trigger finger Releases only fright #NationalPoetryMonth A reflecting mirror For a code of honour Opportunity calls to strike Slender trigger finger Releases only fright #NationalPoetryMonth… Continue reading

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Turning tricks  Who is being tricked Looked at with such contempt  Survival To maintain my rent #NationalPoetryMonth Turning tricks  Who is being tricked Looked at with such contempt  Survival To maintain my rent #NationalPoetryMonth — Louis Cecile (@Louiscecile23)… Continue reading

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Black on black crime Hypnotic slavery Reducing our spiritual wealth  No love for oneself  #NationalPoetryMonth Black on black crime Hypnotic slavery Reducing our spiritual wealth  No love for oneself  #NationalPoetryMonth — Louis Cecile (@Louiscecile23) April 13, 2015

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A contrast in colour Love unites our hands Eyes look on We leap joyfully over the dam #NationalPoetryMonth A contrast in colour Love unites our hands Eyes look on We leap joyfully over the dam #NationalPoetryMonth —… Continue reading

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My infected diction Nonsurgical incision Flowing a crimson tide For the pain I hide A daily muse at sunrise #NationalPoetryMonth My infected diction Nonsurgical incision Flowing a crimson tide For the pain I hide A daily muse… Continue reading

National Poetry Month – Poetic Inspiration

They often say poets are slightly dysfunctional with over stimulated senses. It is like being awake in a sea of creativity that threatens to drown us. Due to this sense it is rare… Continue reading

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If I had a chance for love I feel like I lost it That’s why my heart is black Forcing it to contract Knowing only I can be mine #NationalPoetryMonth If I had… Continue reading

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Death brings peace From the rigours of reality Rigormortis releases true life #NationalPoetryMonth Death brings peace From the rigours of reality Rigormortis releases true life #NationalPoetryMonth — Louis Cecile (@Louiscecile23) April 1, 2015

The Nut House Poems by Darren Stein

The Nut House Poems by Darren Stein 4 Stars Often poetry is at its best when the emotion of the poet is poured out onto paper or the poems strike strong feelings in… Continue reading

It’s Time to Wake Up!: Poems and Messages that inspire the black experience by Marie Yvette

It’s Time to Wake Up!: Poems and Messages that inspire the black experience by Marie Yvette 3 Stars Poetry is often a vehicle for releasing emotion and stating an opinion on the world… Continue reading