Tag Archives: Poetry

We’ Straight

We’ Straight My baby daddy takes care of me and mines We never want for nothing And sleep comfortably at night We straight When lil’ man needs a new fit His daddy does the shopping New tennis shoes for school … Continue reading

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Mind vs Spirit

Mind vs Spirit Today I would like to reflect on a time when my mind and my spirit were in conflict – mind vs spirit. Use the following words to create a poem (ballad, sonnet, lyric, prose, free verse, spoken … Continue reading

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Losing Control

Losing Control His words hit me like a prophecy, I think I am ready to lose control My life is Hi-s-tory I am only the mold I knew not of my purpose until I became broken Emotion less of ignorance The … Continue reading

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Haiku – Fall Into Me

Fall Into Me The fall exudes peace Exploits the fire inside leaves Fall’s in love with me

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Self Reflection

Self Reflection -written 24 October 2013 by Renae’ (Satire) Harrison If I sit still for a moment perhaps my mind would listen and embrace those experiences that demand self reflection to discover truths buried deep in my addictions I am … Continue reading

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My Call to God

My Call to God I’m sifting through some old journals, and I came across an assignment I wrote in English class back in 1998. I’m in awe because I feel as if I somehow saw my future. The feelings expressed … Continue reading

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Most Cherished

MOST CHERISHED – written 6 June 2003 by Renae’ Harrison  A hundred ways to say a hundred things Time passes by, you forget what  it means, Thoughtful minds full of memories,  I remember love – it’s you and me.  

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– written 2 July 2013 by Satire I once knew a man who moved so slow His mentality thwarted by an impeding syndrome Imagine my surprise to learn he is gay What a combination to live with everyday I wonder … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home

– written 25 June 2013 by Renae’ Harrison Wouldn’t it be great to exercise your mind, indulge in the playfulness of words with style, rhythm, and rhyme. A simple thought is where it begins of imagination and intellect, Fruitful thoughts … Continue reading

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– written 18 June 2013 by Renae’ Harrison He wandered through the swaying flowers Of copious colors for endless hours Atop a mountain overlooking the valley low A waiver of freedom abreast the morning glow He tests his faith Bequeath … Continue reading

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