A Black Man's Inner Thoughts 2: Reality Check/Real Talk
This poetry book is contributed to the continue struggle in my life, personal, and professional, to the overall things that is in my heart that happens each and every day. It’s the way of the world being expressed on paper. It’s what I see with my eyes that other refuse to see or say or just realize. It’s being expressed from the abusive stages, to failure relationships, to lack of parenting, to the love of my mom. It’s my way to be able to speak out loud and be heard. There’s happy time, to the extreme devastation in the circle of the society life surrounding me.
Again writing poetry is my way to express my inner feelings that was locked inside of my soul. It’s away to relax and sooth my mental stages that affects my physical presents. It was a way to say how love, death, reality can motivate or depress my life without me being in control. It was my way to cry on paper and not be afraid of what anyone thinks about the things I have to say because it’s my feeling and my beliefs. I can say the things that men won’t admit to or reject because of taking it personal. It’s a way to express reality and at the same time talk real talk. It was my way to express my sorrow for the systems i.e. educational, welfare, and for the kids of the future in this society. It’s my way of keeping it real with me, and anyone who’s willing to believe what I’m saying. 1st of all I would like to thank the man above because he has watched over me and have protected me through out. I would like to dedicate this poetry book to my wonderful mom (Jeraldine Williams), because without the strength of her for always believing in me none of this would have been possible. So I dedicate this book in behalf of my buddy, my chick, my best friend, my mom. Thank you!