Standing in the front of the church, I observed as one of my closest friends is about to get married. As I stand with the other groomsmen, I gaze at … Continue reading HOLY MATRIMONEY!
“Are you more strategic than your offspring?” “Mommy, can I have some ice cream?” “No sweetie, you have to wait until you eat dinner first.” “Daddy, can I have some … Continue reading KID GAMES: DON’T LET ‘EM DIVIDE YOU
“You like me: check yes, no, maybe so; or friend.” Naw, I kinda look at you as just a friend, sorry. These are the words no one wants to hear, … Continue reading FRIEND ZONE: CAN YOU EVER GET OUT?
“Quietness does not always equate shy.” You ever see a child who is quiet all the time? You ever wonder, “Wow, that must be one good kid.” Or, “Their parents … Continue reading SILENCE
As I lie here, staring at the ceiling, I wonder when is my baby coming home. He left a few days ago and I already miss him as if he … Continue reading RESTLESS NIGHTS (SHORT STORY)
Caravan pulls up to the doors of the hospital. Running from the drivers’ side of the caravan, a man rushes to the passenger side of the van. Opening the door … Continue reading WEB OF LIES (SHORT STORY)
July 4, 2014 is a date I remember too well, not mainly because of the Independence Day celebration, but the day I lost my best friend. What was supposed to … Continue reading POOR CHOICES (SHORT STORY)
“Would you mind sharing?” “Yes or No?” The age old question, “Is it ever OK to kiss and tell?” And for those of you not too keen on the cryptic … Continue reading KISS AND TELL
“America’s fears of Trump being President.” As time progress in this 2016 Presidential, we begin to realize that the inevitable could happen. Donald J. Trump could potentially be our next … Continue reading I WANT YOU TO VOTE TRUMP!
Have you ever seen or met him? Have you ever seen his face? You know, him up there. He who sits up high and looks down low. The one who … Continue reading BLOOD OF JESUS (SHORT STORY)
“Why we need to leave the block.” As a Black man, I wish I could take my views of the world and place them into the minds of so many … Continue reading OFF THE BLOCK: Why Black People Should Travel
“What really scares us?” When I think about my life growing up in the Black church, I have always wanted to know why we believed so heavily. You’re taught your … Continue reading Fear: The Black Community and Our Fear of God