Recent Reviews for Christopher D. Sims a.k.a. UniverSouL
A Blue Indigo Love (Poetry) - 11/20/2013 12:27:45 PM|
I wish I wrote this,very vibrant.
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/21/2007 7:02:37 PM
I loved this poem! I could not have said it better being the victim!! I can so relate!
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 8/13/2004 11:05:20 AM
I think Hillary Clit in should read this.
SHe has refused to come out
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 6/26/2004 12:32:54 AM
I agree with Krisie. I myself am a Black Lesbian. Homosexuality is not a disease. The context of this poem makes me laugh and it also makes me a little angry. It seems like the author did not take the time to read his own work. He made many contradictions in his poem. How can you write a poem and state what the problem is or might be, and then ignore your own conclusion. Like he stated above, some of the reasons were not being able to find a good “blak” man. Many lesbians I know have turned because they couldn’t find a good man, or were born into the life. It depends on the individual. What he wrote above states that it is solely the women’s fault that they cant find a black man. He stated that basically we have to mold you into something by changing our self. Dayum all that just to be with a “blak” man? What about the “blak” man molding and changing themselves for the women. It takes a good blak man to love a good woman. There are many women that are “with nobility and mental, physical and spiritual prosperity” and still cant find a good “blak” man. What do you propose the reason for that is? Maybe the reason why some state that there aren’t no good “blak” man because of the experiences that they have had with the “blak” man. I am not totally agreeing with there not being any good “blak” man out there. I am jus stating that before you point blame at a large group of individuals or gender being one way, you need to take the time to evaluate your own gender and group to the highest degree. Also, what he needs to realize like Krisie, said above, being a lesbian does not stop the life process. There are so many ways for lesbians to have families. The last part of his poem is simply uneducated and un-researched. Maybe he should have done some surveys or talked with a few before he wrote this poem. God did not make any mistakes and he did not make everyone out to do or be or look the same. If you believe so, check out the book of “Ruth” and the book of “Samuel”. For this poem I am sorry but you need to dig a little deeper before you start saying what dignity and humility, especially quoting responsibility. We as women of any race are NOT responsible for loving every man on this earth. If we were, we would have been born with marriage licenses out of the womb.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 5/4/2003 9:18:24 AM
That is so good
I am Iambic (Poetry) - 2/16/2003 1:10:39 PM
I could feel the rhythm as I read this magnificent piece. Loved it as I felt it.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 6/19/2002 3:56:19 PM
laughter. that's all... just... laughter.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 4/28/2002 9:24:40 PM
Deny self of a mind, A mind who will stand for anything will stand for everything, A mind that reflects the sanctuary of God's Order, will be blessed in divine order, A mind that makes its on laws, disobedence of God's law, will fall upon his own grace, I mind that justify the wrong for the rights is a mind that enslaves self, man who hide behind his own laws of disgrace, blaming God for his own life styles, that God speaks against. How can man say he was made in one way, when God created him in his own liking, excues, which people continue to follow in his way. When God created genda it was no mistake. Deny self of truth that sugar coat it for the world to see. I women, I the womb, I the Universe, I the incubator of Gods creations. I the man, I the life line, I the image of a sanctuary. Which will not be tarnish by the worlds disgrace.
God created man an women, He makes no mistakes, Satan will always blame God, for his own disgrace. God gives choices, and he gives his laws, man still live in the assumptions that he can break all the laws, of the universe and they will be forgiven. Sorry so wrong. So you live so you die, So you reap what you sow. Man live in card board boxes, living a lie. The sins which falls upon the children in this life.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 4/16/2002 5:26:49 AM
Thanks for putting this up. People need to understand it!
In Jasmine and Blue-Green colored Gems (Poetry) - 4/16/2002 4:15:54 AM
Very beautiful,coloful,imaginative and vivid.Love the rhythm and use of language and the play with words.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 4/16/2002 2:53:08 AM
Here is my equation in response to yours:
1 ignorant human being + 1 ignorant human being = 2 ignorant human doings.
2 ignorant human doings + 2 ignorant human doings = chaos.
ignorance multiplied = chaos = the current condition of our world.
Honestly, and with all due respect, I cannot comprehend the mentality of this piece.
(for more information on some of my views, please read my article 'The Ism Phenomenon' here at AD.)
Oh, and my last word:
try to bear in mind that, although it may not always seem so from our limited perspective, there IS perfection in the design.
Black Women and Lesbianism (Poetry) - 4/15/2002 9:09:10 PM
The issue of sin (regardless of which) is the issue of man's fallen nature. It is not perculiar to any race. It is a disease that seeks to swallow the human race. But Jesus has paid the price! We all can be free if will embrace the cross.
In Jasmine and Blue-Green colored Gems (Poetry) - 4/7/2002 11:25:50 PM
creative... colorful... cosmology
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 2/19/2002 9:57:29 AM
thank you for an excellent depiction of the victimization (that is, attempted victimization) of our sistahs.
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/25/2002 1:51:24 PM
Greetings Noble Nubian King
We would like to rate this poem with two
tens for its content and realtiy. The true
state of Black people is stated in your
poem very well. Thank you for sharing your gift and talent with us.
Peace and Blessings
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/14/2002 3:45:08 AM
Hello my brother sister jackie nice to see you. words are strong and so true.
Sacred Womb-man (Poetry) - 1/12/2002 9:54:35 AM
I like the way you move. **Mari**
I am Iambic (Poetry) - 1/11/2002 6:36:43 AM
Bravo! Love it Christopher! Janet
A Blue Indigo Love (Poetry) - 1/11/2002 6:34:53 AM
This poem stirs me. Janet
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/11/2002 6:31:26 AM
Very, very sad and it irks my soul for any woman to be raped. Bring that man here, he'll get his now, instead of later. grrrrrrr. Great write! Janet
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/11/2002 6:06:27 AM
Very descriptive and vivid piece. Nice rhythm. Keep it up. Powerful piece.
A Blak woman was raped last night (Poetry) - 1/10/2002 8:49:09 PM
I've wondered why you would use the word "Blak" instead of "Black". I mean did you really mean "a black woman"?
The only reason that I though you wrote "Blak" without the "c" is that the word is not entirely the word "Black" - meaning that even though we've often used the word "Black" is describe people with darker skin, but "they aren't entirely black", so the use of the incomplete word "Blak" in this poem is admissible in my eyes.
Well, at least that's how I looked at it.
Regarding the poem. Yes, your feelings are well conveyed and it is true that some of you DO feel like that.
The poem is sad, but it well-conveyed.
Sandie Angel :o)
I am Iambic (Poetry) - 1/10/2002 6:23:52 PM
Excellent! You ARE iambic!