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Poem: “Insomnia” by Briana Joseph|Submission Saturday

Recently, I have been suffering from a severe case of insomnia. I lie in bed wondering how many voices I have escaped in the daytime. People tell me to count sheep but at night the only sheep I can count are the black children sewn up Lying in boxes colder and larger than the ones […]

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Funky Friday: WeSingSin

SHORTLINE EXCLUSIVE RELEASE Listen to this Shortline! Review exclusive release: WeSingCin – Balance Mr.y (mist(ə)rē), better known as WeSingCin, is a 22 year-old artist without a definite home. He was last seen drifting into the shadows after hearing the whispers of the Bad Magician. To live one’s life as honest and true to one’s self […]

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Submission Sunday | Poem, “Fearless Future,” by Walter Herres

Heaven or hell, being a gentleman or a deviant destined for a cell. Many past authors, scholars and sages have transcribed through the ages the secrets of passing cyclic degrees, to in turn stand stable upon  feet rather than knees. The wise show reverence to noble truths; as fools make shackles for themselves by conduct. More so his ancestral roots […]

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Submission Sunday |Black Christ Poem by Stephanie Dinsae

Black Christ By Stephanie Dinsae Christ was African Christ was African Christ was African As I taste those words in my mouth, something doesn’t feel right How can you say Christ was African when we know he was white? I mean, there’s no way he could be African Africans….are Black Look at that olive…. lack […]