“Thank you,” the secretary said. “Have a seat over there and we’ll be right with you.” Shay lifted her oversized purse from the counter and found a seat beside an … Continue reading Sobek Nature
“I juss don’t like ‘em,” he slurred. His pink lips were crusted and bubbly spit started building on the edge of his mouth from talking. “I on’t like ‘em because … Continue reading White Tears
“When was the last time that you cried?” I asked my father through the phone. He was silent at first. Never before had I questioned his sensitivity nor … Continue reading Time to Cry
Living room fan rotating the night’s air. Spinning and turning, spinning and turning, … Continue reading Fish Tank Us
Here is my youth reflection speech for the SCLC’s MLK Celebration in 2016. For some reason I forgot to upload it on the site initially, but here it is anyway.
Ryan lived with his father in a small shack that was just on the edge of Safe Zone City. We call it SZC for short. Every morning, just as the … Continue reading Xander Cole: Revenge of the Rogue Zombies (Vol. 1 No. 2)
Cassandra watched the men take her husband to the top of the hill from the dining room window. The top of the hill is where the lynching tree is located. … Continue reading The Lynching Tree