Black Poetry : A Voice To Be Heard

Mario William vitale

Well-Known Member
Jun 6, 2017
A lot of times as poets we are sort of grasping at straws as we come near the no it all.
In part or certain way we have criticized another's words,
We can only do what we can do at times we have to suck it up and be a man
Let the reader understand,
Preachers and teachers the decision is there's
Translation toward investigation the quest is on them

Poetry can heal the awful wounds that society puts forth,
By writing things down & sharing with each other;
In order to deter and detect we need to create a space
In the heart we can share with others this heavy load
I'm writing from the heart here,

An old widow on the farm we let loose and belong
the moments out of agreed sadness will help to take notice
Tragedy to a great household need it's clear we need a voice that will set us free

Consciousness Raising Online!

Allow the N Word - yes or no?

  • yes

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • no

    Votes: 7 46.7%
  • not sure

    Votes: 6 40.0%

Latest profile posts

Feeling good today fam...just been reading a couple of books. I think Dennis Kimbro's "Daily Motivations for African American Success" is one of the best motivational books on the market. This book has motivation for each day of the year on each page and all of these relate to your own Blackness. No matter what you're experiencing there's something in that book you could draw from. ✊
Life is a poem, love is the pen.
Charles Thompson wrote on Enki's profile.
Good evening
Destee wrote on Angela22's profile.
Hi Sweetie Pie Honey Bunch!!!! ... :dance4: ... Welcome Home! So good to have your sweet Spirit in the house! ... YAAAAAAY USSSSS! ... :yaay: :yaay: :swings: ... :heart:
Angela22 wrote on Enki's profile.
I hope all is well with you. Much love.:love: