Change We Need Pt. 1

By at 12 January, 2009, 12:00 am

Throughout my experiences with dating, I have encountered people who aren’t accustomed to being supportive, trustworthy or respectful. There were times where I fell short of giving my all for whatever reason, and things didn’t work out the way I would have wanted them to. The trial and error that is experienced when seeking a […]

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Dating

By at 8 December, 2008, 11:15 am

I’ve been in my share of relationships and there were times when I knew that the person with whom I had dealings with wasn’t the right person for me. When I came to that realization, I made it a priority to shake myself loose of that person. It saddens me to see people carry on […]

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Oh Brother!

By at 26 July, 2008, 12:00 pm

When I think of perfection You’re the first thing I see Because ever since I could recall That’s what you’ve been to me Instrumental in my growth Even though I’m a bit older Anytime I need to I could lean on your shoulder You’re the light shining brightly On the darkest of days And a […]

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My Number System

By at 13 July, 2008, 6:00 am

The reason I decided to blog this is because for the last 5-6 years or so, I have noticed a pattern when it comes to numbers with me. I used to think that coincidence was the reason behind why I seemed to always look at the clock at 3:33 and 12:34. Today, I was searching […]

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Physical Mentality

By at 6 July, 2008, 12:00 am

Respect You… Respect Me… Believe in you… Believe in me… Care for you… Care for me… Love you… Love me… Be honest with you… Be honest with me… Cherish you… Cherish me… Trust you… Trust me… Be patient with you… Be patient with me… Honor you… Honor me… Inspire you… Inspire me… Protect you… Protect […]

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Free Writing: Change

By at 9 May, 2008, 3:01 pm

Subject: Change Time: 10 minutes Change is overwhelming me at this juncture in time. I don’t know where to turn don’t know where to go don’t know the beginning from the end. But I do know right from wrong. But I’m not sure if the right choice is ahead of me or even in the […]

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Indecision

By at 21 April, 2008, 12:00 am

Indecision Same like the riddle of which came first or what happens at the crossroads and if it involves the selling of souls, What happens when the city of dreams bright lights and apple flavor becomes a modern day Attica? When the spotlights that line Ol’ Broadway are searchlights illuminating prison numbers like train lines […]

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A Man…

By at 3 November, 2007, 10:00 am

Should accept responsibility for his actions-Should set the example for those around him being a positive influence-Should never raise his hands to hurt a woman-Should cry when he feels the need to and know that crying doesn’t make you weak-Should do whatever he can to provide for himself and his family-Should never allow ego to […]

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Standing Still:Still Standing

By at 4 October, 2007, 6:18 pm

For the past couple of months, I’ve been somewhat at a standstill. Many things were consuming my mind and taking a major toll on me. I was so out of the loop and I didn’t feel like myself. No ambition, no determination, no will and drive to work, eat or do the things I’ve grown […]

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Sex

By at 27 September, 2007, 10:00 pm

Some people like it rough during sex and then there are some who don’t like it rough at all. When someone asks you to stop or slow down, what thoughts initially go through your mind?Do you respect them enough to stop or is pleasuring yourself more important? When you’ve asked someone to slow down or […]

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Swimming in The Inner City

By at 24 March, 2007, 11:35 am

BY RAMONA SHELBURNE For 15-year-old Kristian Keith and her mother, it’s all about pride. And like teenagers in the movie “Pride,” starring Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac, Kristian is in the vanguard of young black swimmers dispelling another racial stereotype. The movie, which opens today, follows swim coach Jim Ellis and his predominantly African-American swim […]

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Mayor Bloomberg MIA: NYC Pissed Off

By at 17 March, 2007, 12:00 pm

While a Bronx blaze took the lives of nine people, eight of which were children, Mayor Bloomberg found himself in the warm climate of Miami. Did this sit well with New Yorkers who find it hard to believe that its own Mayor wouldn’t be on site lending his support, grief, and sympathy for the lives […]

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