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  1. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Couldn't Have Lived it Any Other Way

    it was years ago let the truth ago when I first existed as a seed then i was formed into a baby yet just maybe I would see things in a sought after vision a nurse held me in her arms saying this child would grow to reach the masses soon after I would grow to become an altar boy what a joy then i...
  2. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : See More Joy

    for I exist as a vapor then I am no more tranquility with whispers inside the corridor instant gratification to some wonderful personifications we exist as nomadic herdsmen drifting away in the desert Jesus was a sailor when he set forth on the water called out to Peter to meet him further in...
  3. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Our mind is the control tower of our life

    what we think about is really what controls us we can't control everybody else but we need to learn to respond what is it that determines what I think programmed to think the way God thinks controlling your thoughts cause that's what controls everything set your mind on the things above not...
  4. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Light & Love II

    light in heaven the stage is set for all the whole host of players to take their place not about perfection but we are being perfected daily by his love as a beacon of light to a hurting world in need of love to behold an open door when I was yound I used to dream many dreams as if a fantasy now...
  5. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Lucid Dreams & Hay

    on a sunset morn before the rooster crows a knock on my front porch door feeling a knot in my throat I doze again sleep upon sleep to an imaginative fantasy world the exploits of Pan appeared before the mysterious tapestry then alone in my room the stares of four eyes brazen lit...
  6. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Golden Personifications Of Twilight

    we make plans we break plans yet do we give in it all depends through the playing field we grieve and smile yet to know all the great while a passing of a white dove loosely in the sky as if a beverage of love the pitter patter of soft sandled feet coming to meet and gravy warm toast and...
  7. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Seek Solace

    for I seek solace from the very fibers on her being her placid smile that permeates a resolve of sympathy love is the very fabric of her existence shun its resistance in every circumstance learn to take part in the dance shadows may block the vortex of her pearl shaped eyes the gloss on her lens...
  8. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Hammer Head Toast With A Can Of Spam

    we can think then relax a bit take a sip or to of coffee until I give my foot a push nestled in the very fabric of a fresh pile of manure we stand clueless amidst the onslaught of big corporations & government... peal back the wax to taste fresh air is it explodes through your nostrils I was...
  9. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : One Hand To Hold A Heart Will Mend

    I equate love captured in a magnificent stone or that of a pearl of great price. Once this life is lived you never get a second chance at which to roll the dice twice love came to me as swiftly as an angelic fervor nestled on the very fabric of my soul one can't exchange love for lust in the...
  10. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : The Smile

    there is a smile below there is a smile above betwixt the heart of praise a lonely heart found love a soul devides then parts on every circumstance we can learn to take part in the dance in quiteness I must confess the cause of togetherness my soul permeates a reason for being in...
  11. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : First Cut Is The Deepest

    The deeper the hurt, the more time it will take to work through forgiveness. Though we have a responsibility to take the initiative soon after suffering harm, forgiveness for deep hurts is a process Confession to God is the beginning of the process. Sometimes the process can also involve...
  12. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Never Too Much (Vandross Tribute)

    woke up today looked at your picture to get me started love is a gamble and I'm so glad that I'm winning your eyes glisten in the sun ready for some fun hands, eyes & face we stand without a trace the moment that we met how can I forget one hand to hold a heart will mend a house is not a...
  13. Mario William vitale

    Black Short Stories : Writing is a magical touch

    Writing is a magical touch you get from deep down inside your heart. It extends to all the known factors of your being. Essentially everyone is gifted with one talent or another just need to tap into it. It's a fabricated lie that scientist suggest that we use a small portion of our brains. Yet...
  14. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Collective Unconsciousness

    yet there are voices with choices life can make you think through the notion of a sphere let's its member draw near for I shed a single tear to numb the inner pain yet still dig deeper then ever before a challenge to be free is a quest of time still we must all come together a shoulder to cry as...
  15. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : A Wanderer

    through these spaces in search of hidden traces wouldn't you like to be inside of the life of a bumble bee what are we willing to achieve gone are the days getting caught in a haze your just like a mouse stuck in its maze yet we must be brave look at the wanderer wherever he lays his head is his...
  16. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : What Are We Protesting For ?

    What Are We Protesting For ? a call to the west we must clearly confess all of life is a big test through pillars of sought after dignity others will just do what they please some getting knocked to their knees what are we protesting for ? with billboards of promise offering so much more yet we...
  17. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Epiphany

    It clings to the cliffed shore, to the wintered face of the thistle path, to the fingers of the old man's glove as he waves his memory homeward In that breath between come and go she moves up from the bay; gold turns her stride, the line of her dress, the soft sea pulling at her feet When he...
  18. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Woman Empowerment

    This is for the ladies who do nothing shady live, laugh & cry As time goes by a beckoning call to relish in the memories of your past Having so much fun with the hope that it would last learning something new just waiting to be grasped women’s liberation heading across the nation The roles that...
  19. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : What Hurts You The Most ?

    each of us is faced with a decision a heart that burns and is ever giving some go through deep moments alone others ponder a new way of escape perhaps you may call it fate it helps to get away beyond the brisk hustle & bustle getting away from all the trouble to a place of reasom from...
  20. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : These Eyes

    within my chase of drifting in the wind have a good way to begin through night skies drift in all directions there must be time for confessing shadows block the tortured sky a smile from a lonesome child drifting ever further to worlds unknown these eyes can see the light of the sky the...
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