Tiana Clark

I hustle upstream.I grasp. I grind.I control & panic. Poke balloons in my chest, always popping there, always my thoughts thump, thump. I snooze — wake & go boom. All day, like this I short my breath. I scroll & scroll. I see what you wrote — I like. I heart. My thumb, so tired. My head bent down,... Continue Reading →

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Life’s Equation

Marriage was a preventative transaction - so casual sex is an emotive deduction - and Love is a binding addiction.... so let Truth equate in all your solutions....

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Do You Even Hustle, Bro? Hustle if you want, but do it because it makes you happy, not for what you’ll get down the road if you do……That Ego Bro 🤷🏽‍♀️

Somewhere along the way, we started glorifying “hustle.” We started praising people who would “tell it like it is,” namely in regard to getting off your a** and working harder. I see it in memes, in videos, and in real life. Maybe it’s generational. Maybe it’s the ease of gaining a platform that social media... Continue Reading →

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Erection: An American Allegory

With an Appetite for Altruistic Actions, A Millay of Pain, Embodied within Her Traditional Perfection, A Perpetual Pain, followed by Malignant Inactions, Embezzled, Atop Puritanical Afflictions. She Surely Searches, but Dares not Mention, Of Curves, and Wit, And a Constant Erection…… But, Let us Digress From these Static Descriptions, And Let us Move on to Her... Continue Reading →

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Beauty of Motion

         The Beauty of our Motion, Juxtaposed all Notions,        Ever Drenched through Pure Emotions, That our Passion was Irrevocable............      Thus, I humbly concede, that Hearts' still Bleed,         In the most Crudest of Fashions, Proclaimed and Conveyed through Equivalent Inactions...........        ... Continue Reading →

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Her Catastrophe will lead you to Ecstasy

Her catastrophe will lead you to ecstasy Her Pain will teach you empathy   Her sorrows drain your sympathy While her strength will challenge you structurally..... Her caress will linger with your distress..... have you begging  for her to undress,   All, as her eloquence clenches to your very chest Whilst you strive for that... Continue Reading →

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Relationship Between Loneliness, Psychiatric Disorders & Physical Health? Let’s Review the Psychological Aspects of Loneliness

Is there a Relationship Between Loneliness, Psychiatric Disorders and Physical Health? A Review on the Psychological Aspects of Loneliness — Read on -— PLEASE Abstract Human beings are social species which require safe and secure social surroundings to survive. Satisfying social relationships are essential for mental and physical well beings. Impaired social relationship can lead... Continue Reading →

Stars & Scars

Look on to the stars and we view our past Yet Searching within our scars, As to Revere our failed Angsts, As He who conquers nature, should dissuade their chaste But in truth, the most true, a far higher offense, Is the danger to Tire, with Patience & Penance And as for the most peerless... Continue Reading →

Last Call to Submit Writing and/or Art for “We Will Not Be Silenced” Anthology

Whisper and the Roar

Midnight, Monday 15th October is the deadline for submitting art/writing/poetry, this is an important, very timely project at a critical stage in history, your voices need to be heard!

Bruised But Not Broken, Whisper and the Roar, Indie Blu(e), and Blood Into Ink are joining forces to publish an anthology about the lived experience of sexual harassment and assault. We believe that it is more important than ever before that more voices speak out and reclaim their strength by owning their survival stories. All contributors, female and male, can submit up to three pieces of creative work- these can include; Poetry, Prose, Essay, Short Fiction, Prose, or original Artwork, but should be limited in length (under 1,000 words) considering that this is an anthology. You will be notified if your work is accepted. Please do not consider nonacceptance as any diminishment of your experience, but as with any publishing venture…

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