A Shock to NBC As many of you are aware, the Knights of Columbus submitted to Congress that the words “under God” should be added to our pledge of allegiance. Both Houses of Congress passed the law and it was signed by President Eisenhower in 1954. The information below was based on a very recent pole taken by NBC…
<a href="[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4xQqfwGFFc&w=400&h=300]” title=”Crossroads – Create a change”>Crossroads – Create a change
Many of us at one point in our lives will come to a crossroad where a decision has to be made to create a change. This change can be positive or negative. In order to change your life you need to
make decisions about what you want and then take action.
Crossroads was written during a time in my life where I had to make a decision. This decision was not only going to affect me but also those I love. Pondering what to do, I go back to the only connection I know and that is God. I hope you enjoy this poem.
Fear of the unknown can sometimes drive us to a deep hole we are not able to remove ourselves from. Many of us do not see a way out, but to end our lives. But today, I am here to let you know there is a way
out., the way out is to merge with God. I went through a period in my life where I had to find that connection with God. During that time, I wrote this poem called,
A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage. Most women dream of the day of walking with her father wearing her beautiful dress towards her future consort, Every bride wants her wedding to be the most special wedding ever. For me, This moment will continue to be a tale. I tried it and I failed at it. I know it was because I did not marry the right person. But for now, this is my version.
I hope you enjoy it
My Ceremonial Tale
Who Goes There is a poem I wrote one early when I could not sleep. I know most of our wanders any time a day to a place we may not want it to go. I decided to write my thoughts down. I hope you enjoy it.
Why do some people in America hate, demonize, fear and look down on black men? There are plenty of things that keep white racist thinking in place. Generally speaking, racism in the United States is thought of as a problem that victimizes blacks. But today I challenge you to THINK.
I think it is just a blind fear. There is no reason to fear black men. I hope you enjoy this poem: Blind Fear