Her mom misses her A child is gone too soon Today she’s 27, smiling, excited Her mom, crying with joy …
Now crimson ❄️ is this season
My present stress traumatic disorder knocks at the door
I answer, all I see are silhouettes of young people
I didn’t meet them in this life, but the visit mean in the spirit
And I fear again, chasing the dollar and career
That I have failed to be human
We will hold each other tightly
After spring break
Because we hope to never become
At such a youth age
They took the court proudly As they always have Never assuming arrogance Ready to give it all Game by game …
There is hope for them; there should be respect for them, and there should be love for them and teaching them the right way.
They will burn jerseys, spray a byword on your home
Throw your shoes in a bonfire, call you Benedict Arnold
Threaten your family, say you betrayed them
Don’t sweat them, it’s not your fault
Their lives are incomplete, broken, purposeless
They are all from Chicago and are very active and engaged in their specific crafts.
I have seen several Black men, FBF, and associates post the featured image. They caption it “A Black Woman’s Worst …
My son Where did I go wrong What song didn’t I sing of love What gift didn’t I give from the heart What birthday did I miss What event didn’t I attend
African history was not a part of my upbringing. I was about survival. No different from any other African child …
Today was amazing. I had the opportunity to perform at Facebook Chicago. It was the moment of a lifetime and …
I am a message, a call, a text away! I don’t have all the answers but I do have the resources. You don’t have to live life burdened anymore.
Hi Depression, Sorry I missed your call earlier, but I am calling you now. I know it’s that time of …
I struggle here, in America
We hunted like wild game
Images of torture
Places in the south we still can’t go
As in the interview, Abdullah shares his transparent journey of laying his hands on a woman the one and only time in his life. “It was a mistake and it cost me…”
He is a metaphorical genius. He bends words like a contortionist. His freestyle prowess in rap and spoken word is second to none.
I think the movement is important to Chicago because currently men are being demonized and all thrown into a bag there is no balance in the narrative that is being put out. I personally don’t think there is an attack on masculinity.