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Tag Archives: poetry

THE CULTURE SHOCK PROJECT ROOFTOP EVENT – BRONX, NEW YORK

I saw the hope that is often overlooked when we discuss the Bronx.

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IT JUST FELT DIFFERENT

It just felt different.  It was a gentle touch and a soft kiss.  The way I played with my hair in the summer breeze.  I woke up with butterflies on a Monday morning.  It was like my high school crush or better yet, my first love.  The unforgettable, the unimaginable, the one you know is […]

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A PRAYER FOR MY SISTERS

I don’t have best friends, I have sisters. We may not share the same parents, but we share the same purpose. I love my sisters. Every night before I go to bed, I include them in my prayers. I ask God to protect my sisters during troubling times. Keep them confident when haters try to […]

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PASSION JUNKIE

I silently waited for his call.  The phone never rang.  No text, no call, no nothing (not anything).   It’s slow motion when you’re waiting for the one you love to love you back.  I know you’ve been in my shoes – Giuseppe, size 10 – so you can sympathize with me, but please don’t make this about you.  […]

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