The Chapter of Hagar from The God’s Graffiti Project

Hagar: Why I Smile: You Are Not Alone Like Hagar, my moms didn’t have it all either, 17 in the wild streets of LA with a baby and a dream, On the bus, busting missions down Crenshaw. She did a real good job at pretending like we had it all, She gave me so much of her love and comfort, I couldn’t tell the difference between rich or poor, until christmas. Quote often I s get compliments on my grin and I know that I got your teeth, cause when these lips part, You are the reason, I smile. I smile … Continue reading The Chapter of Hagar from The God’s Graffiti Project

Creating Dreamality

Personally, I’ve always tried to navigate through living in a dream world and actually facing the realities of life. For those who are like me, this struggle is consistent from day to day, through career building, romantic relationships, college classes, house hunting, and everything in between. It’s the balance between true “adulting” and the luxuries of seeing your vision board come to life and making dreams come true. Can it really be 50/50? Are there certain aspects of life that truly omit all elements of dreaming? To solve this would be pure genius, but I believe that people create their … Continue reading Creating Dreamality

Chapter of Ishmael from the God’s Graffiti Spoken Word Project

Wandering toward destiny – Questions? – Ishmael If you asked me for a life’s synopsis It would begin with the lack of answers to questions Pivotal to forming my character as a man.   Why couldn’t my pops just pay child support?   I had a good grades, I played sports, What father wouldn’t want that?   As far as I am concerned it was just another missed opportunity, Remained in the shadows.   Watching my mom struggle was the worst thing, But it inspired me. She hustled to ensure that we had something to eat Now everything that I … Continue reading Chapter of Ishmael from the God’s Graffiti Spoken Word Project