Heaven Is On The Moon

Everyone thinks their child is brilliant. My daughter really is. She has an extensive vocabulary and her ability to reason often astounds me. I was braiding Cydney's hair last night. She kept looking around at things in the room and asking what was hers and what belonged to me. As I finished she pointed to... Continue Reading →

The Adjustment Process

My second week at my new job is coming to an end. My body is already used to twenty hour days with four hours of rest; however there's an adjustment period anytime there's a drastic change to one's lifestyle. The biggest adjustment in my life is Cydney. I wake up around 5:30 am, pretend I'm... Continue Reading →

Book Excerpt: Poetic Justice

To commemorate reaching the 40,000 views mark: Here's one of the short stories from the book I'm working on... Poetic Justice: Cydney My Wingman “Nigga don't approach her with that Atari, nigga, that ain't good game, homie, sorry/ They say conversation rule a nation, I can tell/ But I could never right my wrongs 'less... Continue Reading →

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