Review: Unlock the Door by La Shawna Griffith

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April 18, 2017

Who is La Shawna Griffith?  La Shawna Griffith is an emerging poet who was born and resides in beautiful Barbados. She is twenty- two years of age. She truly loves writing pieces to promote change in the world. Her goal is to become a voice for the voiceless, a hope and an inspiration.

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Trisha’s Diary Of Life’s Poetry

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October 14, 2015

Blessed love to everyone, my name is Trisha.L.Joseph the proud mother of three wonderful children. Poetry is my passion, and it is through this that I express myself. Poetry is my journal, my diary. My words to myself lift me, they give me the power to go on, to dig deeper, to reach further. I know that I am not alone in my life’s challenges and others have similar trials…

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Poem: We Are The Everlasting Fire

POEM: WE ARE THE EVERLASTING FIRE
July 8, 2015

  Aren’t you tired of hearing about our continuous sad state, poor joy, and deplorable conditions? We are almost at the finish line — we are now enjoying Miriam Makeba’s rendition. How soothing was your lyrics, Olivier N’Goma, since each word stimulated a musical friction as we reflect on what took place in Soweto and spread to Bujumbura and all over Africa’s sections? We have so much to celebrate and…

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The City Of Gold

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June 12, 2014

The City Of Gold The city of gold Has a burning halo Only the elite Walk their gold-paved street I’ve seen a line Crossed paths with death You never hear me criticize But I’m constantly arrested

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I AM A TEMPLE PRIESTESS. I NEED THE PRIEST.

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June 8, 2014

Because sometimes, when my inner world is set ablaze for transformative work, my outer world grows dark. Buzzing bodies lose their depth. Old frameworks lose their meaning. I find myself at peace with God. I find myself creating…preparing to deliver alone in my sacred space. But every so often, the Spirit blesses me with a melanite soul, a journeyman. A Priest…a wayfarer…Him.

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AND SHE SPOKE

June 7, 2014

And As She Spoke! And as she spoke, Somehow purpose found I! Student/ seeker of truths, African Of self, African Of balance, African…. Found I. And as she listened.

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