Poetically Wyld

Poetic? yes. Wyld? maybe.

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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Bonne Anniversaire a Moi!

Bonne Anniversaire a moi!
Bonne Anniversaire a moi!
Bonne Anniversaire a moii!
Bonne Anniversaire a moi!

Je suis vingt-neuf ans!
Je suis vingt-neuf ans!
Je suis vingt-neuf ans!
Je suis vingt-neuf ans!

Mon Dieu, merci beaucoup!

Monday, January 26, 2009


J'ai apprend francais et kreyol a travail avec mon amie, Ikiese. Elle est a tres bonne professeur.

I have a cameroon penpal who lives in Germany and is studying Economics. What a field to learn in these tumultuous economic times!

Let the good times roll, I say!

Until tomorrow!

A bientot!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Inauguration Day

History in the making. January 20, 2009, one week before my 29th birthday, I am witnessing the birth of a new era. An American-Kenyan will become the new leader of the free world. Barack Hussein Obama will be sworn in today as the United States' 44th President. Chew on that Klu Klux Klan!! The very thing they raped, beat, burned and pillaged to prevent has come to pass. They better listen up: Come correct or leave. There is no middle ground. Be peaceful or perish. That's it. The Creator has had enough of the bullshit, traveling around causing dissention because of group wide self-esteem issues. A new day has come and the face of the new leadership is AFRICAN...

Monday, January 19, 2009

Enough is Enough

Black: having no color from the absorption of all or nearly all incident light; angry, threatening; wicked, sinister, deadly; gloomy, depressed, sullen; of the human group having dark-colored skin, especially of African descent. Is that what you want to be identified as? Stripped completely of your genetic heritage? "I'm not no African," is the ignorant remark I hear from so many lackadaisical Americans who refuse to claim their birthright. Guess what, we ALL come from Africa. That is where life began no matter how the Europeans try to twist it. Black is a color, not an origin. Black is a label the slave catchers gave us to justify treating us like property. It made it easier for them to sleep at night so they could continue to rape, beat, and kill us at will.

Genocide: a deliberate extermination of a people or nation. How do you think the Europeans were able to get so many of us onto the slave ships? We didn't say "Hey let's go on a boat ride with those pale faced people!" They searched for a way to divide us, to make us believe some of us were better than others so we would fight each other. Then the Europeans supplied weapons to us so we could fight each other. Once enough of us were dead, they snatched the rest of us and beat us, raped us, and murdered us into slavery. A sinister plan to divide and conquer, meanwhile they grow rich from the blood sweat and tears of our ancestors. The wealth they gained from our labor is still earning their descendants dividends that we don't receive anything for.

Racism: belief in the superiority of a particular race; prejudice based on this; antagonism toward other races. Is still strong in this country. Katrina. KKK. The rise in gun sales since the election on 11/07/2008. What do you think the guns are for?

African: native of Africa; person of African descent That is correct. A Native of Africa. Not some European who believed he could profit off of this land that the natives aren't developing. The descendants of the slaves that were kidnapped and left in the Caribbean and the continental United States of America. Yes we are all descendants of the true Africans and the American Natives (who were also murdered by the Europeans for their land).

Afrikaans: language derived from Dutch, spoken in South Africa. What the Dutch couldn't figure out how to speak South Africa's true language so they made up their own language? Why are the Dutch the only Afrikaans speaking people in South Africa? What do the native South Africans speak? This is evidence that the Europeans had an evil, diabolical plan to divide the entire nation of Africa in order to completely rape and pillage her lands. The Europeans miscalculated on the part of some of the tribes in the heart of my mother land. HA!

Afrikaans-speaking white person in South Africa. For the Europeans to spread their idea of superiority why are they so hell-bent on being in my homeland? For Africa to be so poor and desolate, why are the Europeans there? Oops, my bad? I forgot the Europeans are there to rape the land of all her natural resources like diamond, ivory, rubies, etc in order to make a profit. Just like a bunch of greedy, barbaric bastards. No remorse, no accountability for any of their actions. How do they sleep at night after shooting their parents with a shotgun?

South African: of or relating to the republic of South Africa.

Reparation: making amends; compensation for war damage. Japan got theirs. Where's ours? It is documented that England, France, Spain, and Finland all had their hands in the slave trade. Murder, rape, kidnap, all of these hostilities towards a people constitute an ACT OF WAR against the nation in which those people are from. WHERE ARE OUR REPARATIONS? WHERE IS OUR COMPENSATION FOR PAIN AND SUFFERING? Here it is several centuries later and these Europeans still refuse to openly admit their fear of Africans, or any person of color. Everywhere the Europeans go there is sure to be trouble following. When the Europeans went to India, war broke out between the Hindu's and the Muslims. The Jewish people showed up in Palestine and what happened? War broke out. The Europeans went to Rwanda and purposely set about to divide the people and once that division was complete they left and went back to their country. You Europeans ever wonder why so much violence comes your way when you travel abroad? Because your negative energy attracts that stuff to you. Your ignorant and non-peaceful ways encourage others to retaliate against you. Even the animals rebel against you. You lie, steal, and cheat to get the things that you have. I laughed when the reporters began their stories of the economic crisis. I looked at it as karma coming back to the entire European collective.

War: armed hostilities, especially between nations; conflict; specific period or instance of this; What the European nations continue to perpetrate by continuing their hateful, separative ways. Nothing good will come to that group as long as they continue this way. A few destroys the good for all.

all definitions came from The Oxford Dictionary and Thesaurus, 2001.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Oscar Grant Needs Justice!!!

Subject: Oscar Grant needs justice!!!!!!! Let's make change....

5 Things You Can Do Right Now About the Oscar Grant Shooting

Oscar Grant, an unarmed man, was killed by an Oakland police officer. Here are five things (compiled by Makani Themba-Nixon) that you should do right now to respond to the senseless death of this 22 year old Black man. Video footage of the shooting recently surfaced.

1. Digg the story so that the national media can pick up on it

2. Contact BART Director Carole Ward Allen and demand that 1) the officers involved be taken off duty without pay and charged and fully prosecuted; 2) there be an independent investigation of the shooting that includes a review of training and hiring practices; and 3) BART establish an independent residents’ review board for the police Call her at 510-464-6095 or email the BART Directors at BoardofDirectors@bart.gov

3. Call the BART police to complain about the officers’ conduct and demand immediate action: Internal Affairs: Sergeant David Chlebowski 510.464.7029,dchlebo@bart.gov; Chief of Police: Gary Gee 510.464.7022, ggee@bart.gov

Call them toll free at 877.679.7000 and press the last four digits of the phone number you wish to reach.

4. Talk it up on your blogs, networks and talk radio shows (call Michael Baisden 877-6BADBOY or Rev. Al, etc. to get this on the national radar)

5. Stay tuned for other actions, protests, etc., especially if you are in the Bay.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

The First Snow

It is snowing for the first time tonight. The light coating of white is beautiful to look at but too cold for me to enjoy. At least not like I did in my childhood. My semester is finally over today. My next semester starts on Monday. I will be taking Psychology and computerized accounting. Tax season starts next week so needless to say it may go hand in hand with my classes. Feeling okay right now. I am following the goals I set (small ones that are easily tracked and modified) before the end of 2008. I have learned that as long as I track what I am doing on a calendar, I am more apt to follow through until I reach my intended target...

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

It's Raining...

All around me the rain comes down,
horizontally covering the streets.
All around me the rain comes down,
vertically, to its own beat.
All around me the rain comes down
washing the Earth clean.
All around me the rain comes down,
nature as you've never seen...

As you can probably guess, it's raining outside and I am feeling a little melancholy today. Too many reasons for me to list here but I will tell you this, it's 2009 and this feeling can not stay for long...

Friday, January 02, 2009

Forever Thank You

Thank you heavenly Father for the words and the inspirations to write and express my experiences with the world. Thank you for the knowledge and the desire for more knowledge to teach those for whom you instruct me to teach. Thank you for the wisdom to appreciate the beauty and divinity that surrounds me in my immediate vicinity as well as abroad. Thank you for those who love me up close and those who love me from a distance. Thank you for those who are not afraid to love me for who I am and for how I am because I realize I am not always an easy person to be around. Thank you for the true friends and family you have sent to protect and guide me. Thank you for those others you have sent to teach and guide me also. Obstacles are. Your bright light guides me where I go and in the decisions that I make even should no one else realize you are my guide always. Even in my questionable decisions. My communications with you are not for anyone else to understand but the end results are always beautiful. Thank you for Entangled Hearts because the pain I had to write through to pen that book was tremendous and I know from what I have survived in 2008 you have something magnificent in store for me to put on paper. Thank you for all those whom you send to my pages to be exposed to and encouraged by the words you have given me. I pray that you continue to bless me with words and ways to arrange those words to touch all whom you need me to touch, including myself. Thank you a million times over because only you know how much I care about those who you have sent to be in my life in one way or another...
Je t'aime beacoup, mon ami, mon amour, mon Dieu.

Uncanny Timing

Isn't ironic how timing frames the decisions we make?

My tears
that used to bind me in knots
have washed away the hurt
of many years...
Emotions that I tried to bury
for fear of being consumed by them
have blended into my psyche
allowing my creativity
to flow through them...
Accepting the fullness that they bring,
the smiles flooded by memories
and the hope of new memories
transpired and transformed
in ways I had not ever imagined...
An unexpected response to my thoughts
always welcome
and always warming
at just the right moments...
A wink, and a nod in response to your words,
that threaten to pull me into a seductive swirl
of a color rich rainbow of beauty
that absorb my memories, exposing my vulnerabilities
to myself,
but I enjoy the interaction
as always...

Fresh starts and new beginnings

The fresh snow falling to the ground
in soft drifts of winter whiteness.
The air crisp and quiet,
blowing against my face
in thin tendrils...
Dewdrops hanging tenderly from the tips of branches
along the tree lined streets.
The quiet morning full of exciting promises
as the shop owners open their places,
the creaking of security gates being pushed
up into their storage places
to allow for business to begin for the day.
Enchanting thoughts of the ideas and experiences awaiting me as I approach
my employers place...
of business.
Chita-non, s'il vous plait.
Koman-w ye?
Nap boule.
Greetings and politeness,
followed by inquiries of my heritage
trailed by smiles and an exclaim of my American stance
until further information is revealed.
The beautiful sounds of another tongue, the mother tongue
entwined in french
makes for an interesting lullaby...

Bonne Annee!

J'apprends le français et le créole au travail. My biggest fear is that I won't be able to absorb everything that I need to learn in order to be fluent in the languages. I found a few websites for a language exchange that will expose me to others who are also looking to improve their foreign language skills. Now I just have to connect with someone near the Philadelphia area for me to exchange languages with. 2009 has potential to be the most exciting and influential year of this decade. Major goals swirling into fruition for this year. I am learning foreign languages, I will be traveling and meeting new people. Keep an eye and ear out for the new updates coming soon!