How I think being black is just another term for acting ghetto. Which is...effectively a bad thing.
The mechanics of how distracting social media can get, and how it affects youth more than we know.
A starting chapter to a novel that I wrote during my A-level years. It goes over a soldier named Grant, who loses his brother in the war, and how he faces treatment with Dr.Rogers.
It gets hard when trying not to give into anger or pressure. Keep this poem in mind when facing such a crisis for the soul.
In a world where competition is fierce enough to mentally ravage through people, my response was to remain firm, and write this poem on what I think it takes to become number one. In the context of sport, of course.
I wrote this when I was 16 years old. I had a terrible time trying to achieve in athletics, something I had dedicated myself extremely to. For years, no matter how hard I trained, 6 or 9 times a week, I felt as if I was getting cheated within my results. Nothing worked, not a single adjustment. This poem was written in a time of distress. Fatigue of shame and frustration.
A part two from the poem 'Endless'. This is a poem of resolve and regeneration.
Indecision and how it can really limit the pathway to opportunities in life- something that is needed to reach the peak of it.
This poem is to emphasise how no problem at all is too large to face or conquer with such assistance.