Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
Reflections on Grant Park 2004 – 2021 11/4/08 I saw America gathered on a cold November night Black and white, yellow and red with all blends in sight I saw America gathered together as one people on the lawn Children of integration, people of hope, “silver spoons,” and ghetto moms…


Originally posted on The Lightening bug:
Hiding beneath the layers of masks, lies a little child with innocent eyes and golden heart. This masquerade has been prolonged for far too long. The heart craves for freedom and the mind its peace, may be the ulterior universe has it all! May be one day, the oppressed…


Originally posted on WORDSNOW HEART:
Choose someone who wins your heart Choose someone who sees your worthSomeone that won’t dismiss and not to bear you Someone that understands and appreciate you.Choose someone who stays and grow with youChoose someone who lay the foundations with youChoose someone who choose you.


Originally posted on Whimsical Wordsmith:
Google Images Undone.Incomplete.Something missing.We think we are pieces of a puzzle,You and I. Faith.Hope.The last of our expectations.immersed in the notion of somethingthat will fulfill us. We are so intrigued with this ideaof someoneCompleting us.Healing us.Filling us. Sometimes I wonder…Maybe we were born whole,not nuts and bolts.not a jigsaw puzzle.nothing…