United States

High School
African American
“What I ask for the negro is not benevolence, not pity, not sympathy, but simply justice.” -What the Black Man Wants, Frederick Douglass

Message from Writer

Love your body, because you are your body, not in the sense of it being the only thing by which you are judged, but in the sense of it being the vessel for your soul and the protector of your mind.

I Love Love Love You

February 24, 2020

PROMPT: Zoom Out

“I love love love you,” and the hang up beep. I sit alone in a room, my room, alone except for my thoughts and my stress. Emancipation. E-m-a-n-c-i-p-a-t-i-o-n. The clock on the wall is ticking too loudly. My thoughts fly from my ears to the door, from the door to the world, a great big world where somewhere down south, a beautiful red-rose-hair enchanting-blue-eyes kind-lovely-soul astonishing-mind wish of a girl, la femme Je’adore, sits with the hang up beep, after saying and hearing “I love love love you.”
About my favorite person :)


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