Hate is A Strong Word (Ode to the Black Man)

One man, Martin, was the reason, That a dream gave African American men, The resource of will, how the black skin tamed,  Millions of ivory sculptures, How heritages were bigger, than the Gambia. Kunta Kinte spelled on a black board, the word “Hate”, and looked at the piece Of limestone in his hand. How easy…

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A War Poem

Upon the wound, the bandage rests Blindfolding the blood soaked knee, From morphine and flies alike While the eyes they shoot glances At where smoke plumes go up Holding the pathology of tunnel vision, That like the barrel of a gun Becomes your own keyhole to another world The wound sees another wound Pain prolonged,…

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Hating Christianity

A common topic of today is the “islamophobia” present in many parts of Europe due to the current refugee crisis and in America due to the rhetoric of one presidential candidate who has been quoted to have said that refugees from the middle-east will not be allowed to come to America under his watch. Islamophobia…

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