Photo by Kat Smith on Pexels.com As a child I seen the world as this magical place Everyone one seemed full of love The lights were always so vivid even in the dark I seen beauty Music filled my little heart with joy Everything looked picture perfect Maybe that’s why we rush to grow up
If only you knew how your words damaged me internally, you may have thought twice about spewing your negativity towards me. Now you have to watch me whither away day-by-day. If only you knew how easy it would have been to simply say sorry.
Let’s Be Friends available now in ebook, paperback and kindle unlimited at link in bio. After receiving a “Let’s Be Friends” text from her boyfriend of two years, Rebecca is left wondering how her world was turned upside down in less than 24-hours. amazon.com/dp/B0BFVQPXCW/ Rebecca is a beautiful black woman thriving in the world of... Continue Reading →
https://videopress.com/v/fxxs2s0S?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Being the daughter of a pimp and a hoe, London, surprisingly, grew up to be very sheltered. Not knowing anything other than the dysfunction that her parents showed her, she vows to herself that she will never turn out to be anything like her parents. After being betrayed by the closest person to her,... Continue Reading →
Readers have described her work as "empowering," "heartfelt and raw," and "reminds us all that we're worthy of love, especially from ourselves."With her last poetry book, Her Final Entries being compared to Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur.Brokenhearted & Horny explores the ups and downs women go through when it comes to heartbreak, love and... Continue Reading →