Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by angelicsage, Sep 24, 2003.
*sigh* this is beautiful (as usual)
this was stimulating
deep in my soul u did it again!
this was beautiful & tyteeeeeeeee!
Oh my goodness, wow, wow, wow. This is a picture that emerged from deep waters to be beautifully painted. You are a true artist, angelicsage. I am thankful I can read your work.
oh this was deep...
love the way you paste the
picture to be seen and heard...
and its all of truth...
thank you for sharin...
i really like this read...
Like i should be surprised or something, this was tyte girl. How many women do we know and are we that have a hard time acknowledging something to begin with and then when we lose it no one understands how we can cry over what never was. Loved it.
Story & Rich........this is actually a true story of someone I'm close to,
it is a reflection of her struggle to come to terms with the distant
relationship she had with her father, and how she somehow
found solace in a mans arm....but later in life stopped the destructive behavior....
XXXPanthaXXX, uh huh, I'm a student of yours....humbly in thanks for the luv you've shown to my work! thanks again...
Gempis........I really am an artist, I never thought it came across in my
writing though, I'm just dabbling...but u sure know how to make a
sister feel good! Thanks
Mzblkangel.......as I said before the depth is link to the realness of this story
it's a struggle I saw a lot when I was coming up, wasn't sure
I could truly depict it...........but Thanks, your words let me know I did
Randee........just having your here, knowing how deep your vibe is
when you step to the page....but I love the perspective you brought
you completely nailed the truth of this piece on the head,
Thanks for the "vision", if anyone would feel this, I know you would.
"I did see her,
a woman reclaimed, she was
………from a silent killer
who’s absence was greater
than that of it’s presence"
when I read you I smile because i know...there is hope
whoa this is deep
let me read it again...
I couldn't expect any less!
I loved this melancholy tribute to our missing father's for whatever reason.
Loving you for your wisdom you bless my heart every time I read you, you read so many of our past lives and give us the courage to forge new ones!
Blessings On your House!
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