Heartbreak on Steroids is a poetic tale of love, heartbreak, and recovery.
Choose Love (Spoken Word Poetry) SilenceLet’s take a moment of silenceCause the noise we hear from violenceQuite frankly, is crippling and deafening. SirensLet’s talk about the sirensThat wage war against our very existence, our human rights, our own space like the titans,who invade this spacefor material gains and fame—selling and instigating
Self-love Is Important! Written by Stephanie Chuks (Contributor) You can’t afford to not love yourself. You have to do this because the best of men can fail you. People will walk out on you and act like the friendship never happened– like the love never existed. They will act like
My Moment Of Eureka. Two weeks ago, I ran into a friend whom I hadn’t seen in a while. We talked about so much. Then she asked about my love life, I told her my story. My relationship ended in goodbyes without animosity. She asked how I was and I
To The One. To The One. I do not know who you are, but maybe I do— only not aware that it is you. I like to think of you as Prince Charming but I know that’s impossible; there are no perfect beings; there are no perfect things and wishes
Once Upon a Shredded Dream. His lips tasted like honey each time we kissed. I got lost in his arms each time he held me close. But there was something that lay hidden — that, he didn’t disclose. I didn’t bother because it didn’t matter— at least that was what
Beyond flaws: Spoken Word Poetry. Download audio here: She was beautiful—that, I could tell. And his eyes wouldn’t get off her body and my heart couldn’t take it anymore; it bled profusely. I didn’t like her. I didn’t trust her. It wasn’t about the jealousy alone but also about the
The Exodus Download audio here: Listen. Listen to me— let me explain. You see, I have been traveling a long while; searching for a treasure that I could call mine. I have dug so hard, so deep, dug so close— only to discover other people’s gold mines. Look. Look at