Finding My Voice: Label

The last time we spoke I told you how I came to learn that I had no real friends at school…or at least I think. Well, today I’m going to tell you the follow-up of what happened after the whole situation with my so call friends. I was labeled a snitch at school. And that... Continue Reading →

Sellout!

You call me a sellout! Why? Because I speak properly. Because I like to read so I can grow my mind and vocabulary. And not put poison in my body that we can easily buy off the street.   You call me a sellout. Because I would rather become an educated man. Then some little... Continue Reading →

200 Likes!

As I write this, I learned that I have reached 200 likes in total on my blog. Yes, I know, not a big deal to most. But it is too me, it took almost ten years for me to get 200 likes on Facebook. I got 200 likes in four years since I started this... Continue Reading →

Love Chronicle: Desmond’s Story

  Desmond sat inside the restaurant patiently waiting for his girlfriend Tiffany. He wanted to celebrate their four-year anniversary and thought it would be a good idea to come to the place where they had their first date. He was excited to be celebrating this special occasion. Because this was the only relationship that lasted... Continue Reading →

The Parting Glass

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The Voice of Adcarter702

Every time I listen to this song, I begin to think about the decision I made throughout my life. I would think about this girl I kept bumping into on my way to class. Sometimes I wonder what would’ve happened if I would’ve said something different. Instead of always saying sorry, for all I know she probably would’ve been my wife…emphasis on the word ‘probably’.

I think about the nice couple that taught me the true meaning of what love actually met. How to look past the skin color, but instead look deep inside of their hearts. Because that is the key to finding love and happiness.

I think of the many friends I made in the past few years. They were good to me, always put a smile on my face every day of the week. But all I did was push them away because all I ever wanted…

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The Bamboo Tree

Trish stepped outside of her delightful suburban home and grabbed the green water hose. That was wrapped neatly on a rack located on the side of her house. She carefully unwraps the hose and dragged it along her driveway and stopped just at the edge of her yard. Which is decorated with colorful rocks and... Continue Reading →

Finding My Voice: A Hard Lesson

Last time we spoke I was telling you about the most important lesson I learned from my father. Now I’m here to tell you about the time where life itself decided to teach me a hard lesson. A lesson in which I’m now grateful for getting at such an early age. Because it helped me... Continue Reading →

It’s Not Your Fault

It’s not your fault, That I woke up in the middle of the night to answer your calls. That I got dressed to pick you up from afar. Knowing that I had more important things to do.   But It’s not your fault. That you sold me a fantasy, And like an idiot, I believed... Continue Reading →

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