Poetry Month: Streaming Trayvon

Posted on April 5, 2012

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As I promised, 1 original poem a week, minimum. I’ve decided that I would only include new original work to give my brain a real workout. I hope my words are as spirit lifting for you as they are for me.

Streaming Trayvon

Even at 8:15

I could see remnants of

The sunset on the horizon

As I walked with beams of consciousness

Penetrating through my hair follicles

In search of knowledge and justice—

A cocoon of righteousness

In which to inter

My slain sons and

A veil of wisdom

For my daughters marriage

To a man that doesn’t value them…

Living &

Dying

THE

AMERICAN DREAM

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