Golden comma award winning poem of the year (2020) For the NAP contest, “There was a girl, soft as a dove, who tore into the world with barely a cry. Soft curls, big eyes, and black skin.”
An allegorical poem I wrote for all the black people out there who have been and still are struggling because of their skin color. Black lives matter, as well as that white butterfly.
Beautiful and s... a (violent) rewind of 2020. trigger warning: australian bushfires, blm, meghan and harry departure, covid, kobe bryant death, election, stock market crash, coastal fire, murder hornets. I was really mad and decided to put my feelings on paper. A collab with @scarwright! it's too cold outside, for angels too fly #Blacklivesmatter #LGBTQ+livesmatter My first collaboration: “ETHNICITY PRIDE” is finally out. I want to thank each one of the wonderful writers who joined this project: @ethernia (Indonesia), @abimopectore (Croatia), @lillimurato (Japa... A story of racism and inequality narrated through the words of a child.
WARNING: Some of the words used may be triggering for more sensitive people. What if we left? What if we ran?
rest in peace Trayford Pellerin, killed Friday night. this just keeps happening over and over again and its so infuriating and i'm so sick of humanity. "Will you be the first to stay?"
A poem about BLM and keeping safe with your mental health. Thank you for reading! <3 #blacklivesmatter Do not discredit my Blackness. A letter to the president. Take it as you will. I know I should do it, but I don't know if I can.