Frederic John shares a haiku titled “Buffalo.”
Frederic John shares a poem titled “Reflection grove.”
Marcus McCall shares what’s been on his mind.
Jaqueline Turner writes about her ralationship with God.
Michele Rochon writes about spring.
Sybil Taylor talks about Spring Time.
Don Gardner shares a poem called “Peace within.”
Gerald Anderson shares part of his experience with homelessness.
Vennie Hill writes about the Harris Teeter she works at.
Levester Green shares a story following part of his life.
Queenie Featherstone writes an acrostic poem and an accompanying statement about housing vouchers.
Rochelle Walker writes an acrostic poem titled “Easter’s poem.”
Angie Whitehurst shares her thoughts on the state of Ukraine.
Amina Washington shares a poem titled “A new spring day.”
Donté Turner writes a poem titled “The power within.”
Phillip Black writes about how he could feel safer on the Metro.
Jaqueline Turner gives a short description of an African girl through the lens of a camera.
Frederic John writes a poem called “Steel cage of invisible ‘crobes”, based on the poem “Sympathy” by P.L.
Daniel Ball responds to a creative writing prompt.
Anthony Carney shares a short story titled “Fly.”