poetry

Maya Angelo (1928-2014)

I do not pretend to be a poet but I am an African American woman. I do not pretend to have had a hard life but that is because things have been made easy for me. Maya Angelou will always be remembered by me, African American writers everywhere and readers of every shape, color, gender […]

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For Clarice

No matter how I screw up, you curse me out, you tell me don’t cry, you love me. With all my flaws, and through all my greatness, and when I have the amoebas, you love me. We look like twins, we sound alike, you read my mind, you love me. You spoil my child, way […]

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Attention Costs

Sooooooooooooo, sometimes magazines fall apart. Anyone who goes to my publications will see that my poem “Attention Costs” is no longer available online. The website for  Daily Love Magazine is closed. So, I want to make sure folks can read my work. Below is my poem Attention Costs which was originally published by DailyLove.net in […]

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New Publication!

I have a poem published today on the front page of DailyLove.net! It’s called Attention Costs. Once the day is over it will be archived so I will have it listed on the Publications page. Thanks for the Love and Support! I am MAAAAAD late, as my New York friends would say: Update: http://www.dailylove.net/2013/01/12013.html <— where you […]

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