Take a journey with Mista Jaycee
What it do mista? My bad..I really haven't been able to check up on all my people during the week..I try to check 4 ya'll on the weekends..my bad I'ma try and get better..Nice Haiku though..and so very true..I don't know if I am afraid, or just timid?FOIA
God has not created us with a spirit of fear but of power to overcome in Christ Jesus.You are made just as God (IAM) wants you to be. Enjoy your life and bring happiness to everyone.Jaycee
You know I'm a poet, too, and I love to read other poets' work. Very, very cool, I must say. Self-hatred? People that hate deflect their hate for themselves onto other people so that they can feel better. They need enlightment.
Loving the haiku, brotha! Thanks for the blog comments, and you're right; seeing black people all over the world is definitely a beautiful thing.
Thats deep.I have to check out those artists you referred to me still.
Mista Jaycee, great point and well received.
Simple, yet do you realize just how powerful that is?Good one!Have a nice weekend Mr. Jaycee!=) Bella
Simple and powerful I agree with Bella! Bravo Jay * kiss* Oops make sure the wifey dont know that slipped ;)
Mista Jaycee, this is a very lovely haiku! :)
Self hate leads to low self esteem which in turn makes you sour as you feel the whole world is against you...You know, all this time I tot u were Jacyee the female gospel writer's bf...lol....and this is the first time you are commenting while signed in so I could follow the link...nice blog...
I'm such a fan of the underused art of Haiku. I really enjoyed this and I absolutely agree with what you're saying. However, it can be quite frustrating when one actually has mirror trump reason when they are aware that reflection is distorted, especially during times of brewing fear.
Hey Afrobabe!Good to see ya! No, that's Sista Jaycee that you thinking of. She uses a different icon and she doesn't post nearly enough. I dig her blog though and I follow it. She has excellent taste in spelling. Jaycee
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