Review: Unlock the Door by La Shawna Griffith

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

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

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.

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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