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Experience: Black (I Love Being Black)

It’s with both excitement and sadness that we made this spoken word video. Sadness because the release of this piece of art has come at a point were cases of racism, police brutality and systemic oppression of minority groups are stretching towards yet another peak. Yet we’re excited about giving voice to powerful poetry, that we hope can facilitate discussions such as the advancement of justice, equality and more nuanced debates about embracing “black identity”. We

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Experience: Black (I Love Being Black)
Alone

Poem about those who feel alone.

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Alone
The Tattoo On My Back

Get tested, tell your mom, your aunts, grandma, greatgrandma, friends. For all the ladies <3

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The Tattoo On My Back
Texting

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Texting
Blurry Vision - Poem

Obviously based on my own dumb ass 5th grade self, staring at the computer screen for five hours straight everyday, no breaks. And also obviously based on my own dumb ass self, ruining my happiness with him.

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Blurry Vision - Poem
Wordless Poetry

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Wordless Poetry
Stare

A strangely polite Michael encounters an equally strangely quiet poet on slam night. Poetry isn't really his thing, but perhaps J is. ____________________________________________________________________ “Oh, well...” she was making pointless conversation, pointless because there wasn’t anything in the world more engaging than her, the way her lips moved when she talked, her hands when she was trying to find the right things to say, the right words. Words.

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Stare
Blue Cognition

The internal struggle of a character just trying to get out of her own head.

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Blue Cognition
My poetry ink

I decided to make a book where I can post all the poems I made :)

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My poetry ink
Wind Whipsers

"A little short, a little blue, my voice came to you."

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Wind Whipsers
Salcombe, Inspired Poetry

A collection of poetry inspired by a family holiday in Salcombe.

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Salcombe, Inspired Poetry
Preparation (I Prepare Myself To Die) | Spoken Word

In a world full of tears and violence I always remember to smile. Sometimes it's hard to remain positive when everything seems to be going wrong. Every day I'm reminded that I'm a little too different to exist in a world that's already incredibly different. So I turn to spoken word poetry to help me survive because somehow it creates a movement that no one can resist.

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Preparation (I Prepare Myself To Die) | Spoken Word