Opaque is his mind Torrents of rain won't clear it But the Woke still sees After many years of ruminating, I have come to see that a firm stare and harsh voice doth not a cruel heart make. Just as soft words and gentle features doth not a kind heart make. So be mindful. Helpful … Continue reading Be Woke
Month: November 2018
I leaf through the books of old. Like a leech to skin, I suck in the feats of warriors past. Each word gives light to stories not written. I wish I could tell each of them that none is forgotten. Their descendants takes delight in their every effort. In every word and thought left … Continue reading Be what you seek
Today, Robbie Cheadle, stopped by to talk about a topic that is dear to my heart: poetry. I’ll be reviewing this book soon. ❤
Robbie and her friend, Kim Blades, collaborated on a poetry book called “Open a New Door.” This is a new release and you will find links to the book below.
I always like reading poetry. I enjoyed the descriptions, rhythm and word combinations. When I was a very small girl, I enjoyed nursery rhymes and rhyming songs and as I got older, I read books like The Hobbit and Emily of New Moon and really enjoyed the poems included in these books.
As an adult, there have been a few poems that have
completely captured my imagination.
The first poem is “Dante’s Inferno,” which is the first part of Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem, Divine Comedy. The Inferno tells the…
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I, A horse, Awaiting Her brave rider. I am not choosy Neither am I easy. The rider's will matters here. I won't be conquered by the weak. My language is persistence and strength. Control your mind, believe in you, you'll win. Lake of bright fire Beside, blue green river flows Battle of equals He Falters, … Continue reading Conquer the world – Just a horse ride
A stage, a market place, I have been called many names. But few know my real name. I tell it to whom I wish. A lucky few will heed those before and learn my secrets. Many would rather hear from the horse's mouth while they wine and dine me. I do not blame them. I … Continue reading Vita