Graffiti is the voice of the streets. This piece appears off of U Street in Washington D.C. It is a culmination of the job plight, gay pride, and African American pride and women rights.
Time waits for no man, I was once told. Yet, I didn’t heed the warning and kept blasting through life at full speed. I was stuck staring in front of me, eyes blinded to what was around me me, because ahead of me was my destiny. I wanted what was mine. And then there was … Read more
I have never wanted to cause harm to myself, but I know person’s who have. Young ladies with beautiful smiles, bright personalities and a long life ahead of them. They were cursed with a pain buried deep in side that steamed from the turmoils of life- a pain they couldn’t see past or understand. As … Read more
La Presidenta de La República de Costa Rica Laura Chinchilla Miranda is welcomed by guest of the Juan Santamaría day celebration of the 157 anniversary of the Battle of Rivas. Doña Laura Chinchilla is the first female president of Costa Rica.
What is the look of change? Young idealists out to cure society’s mange? A black man serving at America’s helm? Taking us to possibilities outside our world realm
Dear graffiti woman, You… give.. me… LIFE…! Surface ebony tinted like mine Down to earth tones line your outside Together on these street we are minorities
Pink Ginger blooms in Parque Nacional of San José, Costa Rica. The flower is one of many starting to sprout as dry season begins.
Bliss Not knowing All life’s truth Just what you need Innocence
I walked in the room to a sound Quite diff’rent from ones norm’ly found Keith Sweat was who played “Nobody,” lyrics sang I laughed because here it’s profound!
Often I run into older people who look down on my generation like we all have contacted a mysterious plague that has miraculously been contained to just our age group. They, and many online experts, express how we are lazy adolescents with the Peter Pan syndrome, sleeping on our parents couch and dreaming we are … Read more