Dear young queen, You’re are at the start of a new chapter. You are probably going to write some new stories with a few new characters. You’re going to choose new words and use a little bit of the old ones to build up or break down your towers of dreams. You might get hurtContinue reading “A little note of love”
I will rise as glorious and hot as the summer sun.I will rise with an illumination of greatness in this society filled with so much broken esteem.I will rise and show my mother’s sons and daughters that they are worth is not and should never be defined by their possessions. With wings like an EagleContinue reading “THE RISING PHONIEX”
I confessed to him of the many times I just sat edge of the mountain to breathe, sometimes scream and cry. I’d break down and be the crazy, insecure and terrified woman that I won’t let him see.I watched the sun rise and shine over a new path of peace and tranquility . It illuminatedContinue reading “The Edge of Heaven”
Seeing that this is the first day in the month of love, I decided to focus on this four lettered feeling and share what I feel is note to my minnie me one day in the near future. Our mothers have always been our first love. Their journies of learning to love have not been the easiest but they choose to keep going and see what unfolds.
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Lots of love and happy new month. 🤗
I think I just wrote my wedding vows. Lol I guess that’s what happens when you spend the day listening to love songs from the 80s’.
Light brought us together.
Dear Phanuel, Four years into the future and here I am writing back to you four years in the past! Who ever said time travel wasn’t a real thing? Turns out, writing really seems to bridge the gap between reality and fiction. So I figured writing might as well as bridge the time gap betweenContinue reading “To my 15 year old self (By Phanuel Ayelum)”
A little love on a Saturday morning.
Dear Jayda; I will forever be in awe- Of your existence. I once thought of it as mythical Pardon my ignorance. A heart so big; Funny it would fit in your chest. How could something so massive Ever be compressed? I’d gazed deep into your eyes; And guess what I found- A spell that leftContinue reading “Letter to Jayda (A poem by Phanuel Ayelum)”