This is a collection of poems that were written to deal with issues in various relationships with family members, friends, co-workers, and lovers.
See What I See is a collection of poetry that details the life experiences of a young African-American woman from her teens to adulthood. The author give a poetical account of her trials and tribulations during her search for true love, how she dealt with drug addiction and untimely death of her mother, how she embraced the unexpected birth of her first child, as well how she continuously self-motivated herself not to give up on her dreams and aspirations.
Sweet Dark Chocolate
Dark skin has always been my weakness
Tall and handsome are also on my list
A lovely prince that treats me like a princess
All my secrets, to him I confess
He never judges me because he understands
He wants to be my best friend and my man
He's not a thug or a bum and definitely not a punk
Just a nice guy that knows what he wants
I'm glad he wants me to be apart of his life
Maybe one day he'll ask me to be his...
I'm not going to think that far, just take things slow
When it's time for the next level, we both will know
When it comes to dark chocolate candy I'm not a fan
But I am if that dark chocolate comes in the form of my man