A collection of 13 posts
Drag Poetry and Commentary
Change is coming!
To save myself. An essay about the hopelessness of America’s race relations.
A poem about America’s White domestic terrorists. A poem about how White Supremacists hunt Black and Brown people for no reason.
Jesus (J) Ain’t (A) Got (G). A poem about the wrongness of of sinful righteousness. An poem about Jesus and religious justice.
A poem about how complacency impacts our lives. A poem about how complacency in our public and private lives impacts us.
A poem dedicated to the Central Park Five and all the Black men wrongly convicted of crimes in America. A poem inspired by the film “When They See Us.”
A Poem: She’s Irretrievably Broken A poem about a woman searching for someone to love her to life after a life of searching while dealing with trauma.
Waiting on Whiteness- A poem A poem about injustice, White Supremacy and White privilege in America
A poem A poem about evil women.
I’ll take your tired and I’ll take your hungry, as long as they are White. Be gone… Haitian immigrants resettled in America seeking refuge from the devastating 2010 earthquake and subsequent earthquakes. Be gone… extended Brown family members of immigrants of families of…
If Ingraham and Napalitano at Fox & Friends has stopped defending Trump, the end must be near.
Once beautiful for spacious skies, Now black waves of pain, The orange ball of agony Making us all insane! America! America! God, please…