Poems by Eric Reese
Author: Eric Reese
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Poems by Eric Reese
Author: Eric Reese
View: 747Poems by Eric Reese
STAY STRONG SISTAS - DAILY DEVOTIONAL: daily inspirational Scriptures dedicated to the African American women - featuring 365 Scriptures for finding your strength in the Word of the Lord.
Author: Portia Conix
View: 509STAY STRONG SISTAS - DAILY DEVOTIONAL: daily inspirational Scriptures dedicated to the African American women - featuring 365 Scriptures for finding your strength in the Word of the Lord.
“I know Trina just stay strong you know that temptation is always going to be here so you got to stay strong.” Trina was listening to her sister's advice, ...
Author: Lady Sophia
View: 505As Trina gets ready for her High School class reunion her husband The Great Keneen Jackson retired All Star football player is M.I.A. she wonders where he could be on this very important night, but little does she know that when she meets her old High School crush at the class reunion, that her faith, marriage, and family will be tested by temptation. Meanwhile Traci, Trinas sister, is living in her perfect home with her first love Eric Keller, whom she married and believes she cannot live without. Until a troubling dark secret reveals who Traci really married, this will leave her questioning her morals, beliefs, and even herself. Across town Tosha, Tracis twin sister, is the complete opposite of Traci and Trina. Tosha doesnt trust men and vowed to never get married after witnessing what her two sisters go through. Tosha is holding on to hurt and anger from her past. While she runs from love, commitment and her spiritual gift, Big Momma continues to wait for Tosha to let go and open her heart to the gift that all three sisters share.
Be a good Christian sista no matter what. LetGod beproud ofyou,for you know that a family that prays together stays together. Rememberthisto stay strong in ...
Author: Tandra Hayes Bentley
Publisher: WestBow Press
View: 823As we go through life’s challenges and phases, our strength and faith in the Lord will begin to manifest great power within. The Holy Spirit will lead you to understand the goodness of the Lord. The Weeds, the Flowers, and the Roses is a story of life’s experiences, endurances, and trials, which are necessary to transform us into the people God wants us to be. He wants us to let our light shine in the midst of it all. I pray that The Weeds, the Flowers, and the Roses will help to encourage somebody, anybody that you can make it and you are important. God will always be right there to protect you. You have to have a plan if you want to accomplish your goals. Just keep on keeping on because no one has arrived yet! My book was written out of strong love, strong hurt and pain, strong will, and shows how God gave me strength to endure it all. For with God nothing shall be impossible. – Luke 1:7 I hope you enjoy reading this book. I pray that it is uplifting to you as it has been to me. God bless you! Amen. He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good: and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love Mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? – Micah 6:8 Thank you, Lord. Love, Tandra
Please, stay around! Sistas, you know I didn't forget about you Sistas, the load of life you cannot carry it all Sistas, a brotha can be your strong horse, ...
Author: Garrett S. L. King Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 956The literary contents of Something to Live For’s 122 pages consist of a variety of works by a single author that includes poems, short stories, and a small bio. Positioned towards the middle of the book are the meaningful twenty-one poems with several of them having the ability to touch any reader’s heart. Starting off is the poem, Remember Me?, a simple dedication to LaTasha Harlins, a young African-American teen killed during the post-L.A. riots of the early 90’s; another memorable poem would be, The Rent is Too Damn High, the humorous poetic play on the phrase by Jimmy McMillan III, the political activist and Vietnam War veteran in Brooklyn, New York. The short stories have the same purpose as the poems, and that is to entertain, enlighten, and provoke thought but they are longer! Beginning after the bio and completing the end of the book are the ‘meat and potatoes’, the eighteen imagination capturing short stories that are quite moving at times and are sure to stay in one’s mind. Each story has its own character overcoming circumstances and situations to prevail and inspire. LaTasha’s Song is another dedication to the slain Ms. Harlins of Los Angeles, it shows the family struggle of a teen girl with the ability to sing and trying to keep herself together along with school and family life through music; in Baby Girl, another inspiring story of a teen girl dealing with having a baby and getting married at an early age; and with Lawson’s Rule, there is the tale of an African-American governor taking matters into her own hands after her city explodes into violence during her election term. Overall, Something to Live For is an exceptional work of fiction that has the capability to become a classic over time and there is the possibility of several short stories having the potential to be transformed into novels by themselves or into short films if scripted properly.
And each time they had made love she ' d promised herself it would be the last .
But there was always a next time . When he had phoned her during his stag night
wanting to come round she had wanted to be strong and firm and say no , but ...
Author: Ijeoma Inyama
View: 869The winner of the Xpress Yourself '97 writing,competition, this is a gritty and witty novel,about three sistahs with attitude, who will do,just about anything to ensure they have fun and,get their own way.
... and silver shirt Dedicated to my diva sistas . . . STAY STRONG BREN JE' N.A.P.F.E. HISTORY Now, many of you may haveheardofthe“ALLIANCE'' Association?
Author: Bren Je'
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Family & Relationships
So, I had to remain strong for my girls, and they held me up the best way they could. Not knowing that throughout it all her girls made a pact to find their ...
Author: Angela Chatman
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
View: 596Christmas they just cried with me while I held them in my arms feeling lonely, empty, and confused. I was just sitting there that Christmas morning in front of the burial site tears streaming down my face, and my baby girls in tow. I could not believe that at age 35 I became a single, widowed mom by default. It seemed to me that my whole life was coming to a standstill; no one could ever imagine the pain I was feeling. The love hollowness that I was feeling, the love that was taken away from my family when they killed him, they killed me. So, I had to remain strong for my girls, and they held me up the best way they could. Not knowing that throughout it all her girls made a pact to find their fathers killer and live on in his legacy until they do.
Stand your ground on things you say, stay inside the box of possibilities cause they can happen. I'm talking to you sista big face like me. Be strong, stay ...
Author: Sonya Flie
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
View: 433You Don’t Know My Journey I’ve had choices in my life that I had to make, some that didn’t work in my favor, but I never considered them as bad ones, I just took them as a loss and moved on. While going through my journey, it moved slowly and I had to learn patience. I’ve always wanted to do something important, but I knew there were challenges and big steps for acceptance, I started to notice the mouths that would speak around me and had to read the lips that sour the taste of judging words. So I've learned how to block out the negativity. In order to make it work I made some adjustments. My journey started when I first went through something, continuing on was the beginning of my phase. I realized that we make life hard by worrying so much instead of focusing on how to sort a situation. I write my thoughts down when they are strong, not that I would forget, but because they will be useful later. Going through a journey is never an ending because a journey is a lifetime.
When he got Imani's voicemail he thought that she had to be there. Imani was never late for work ... She was going to stay strong. She really didn't mean to ...
Author: Yvette Way
View: 736Do you believe what you toast to on New Year's Eve will come true? Denise, Destiny and Imani didn't until they jokingly toasted to trouble and got a trouble-filled year that threatened their friendship as well as the other relationships in their lives. Denise is a single woman who has a knack for picking Mr. Wrong but despite the misfortunes in her own love life, she is still the authority her friends turn to for advice about their relationships. Denise believed her luck had changed when she met Darryl on New Years Eve. Destiny is Denise's oldest friend. Destiny's internal and relationship problems intensify when she meets someone she can't say no to on New Years Eve. Denise met Imani in college and they have been close ever since. Imani is a beautiful, smart but troubled woman who appears to have it all, including a professional basketball player for a boyfriend but even when things are well Imani believes they are unraveling around her.
... I'm right there to encourage her to stay in the race Then I remind her that the race is not given to the swift, nor the battle to the strong When it ...
Author: Leslie A. Beamon
Publisher: Xulon Press
View: 659Will The Real Sista's Please Stand Up, is a book that will minister to the soul, spirit, mind, heart, feelings, and emotions of a woman. Women, you know how we like to impress the man in our life: we freshen up, spray on our favorite perfume, light candles, put on soothing music to set the mood, creating an atmosphere full of ambiance. Before reading this book, set the atmosphere with worship and praise. Become intimate with the Lord. Allow him to spiritually love you by impregnating you with his seeds. His word, will, purpose, and destiny will rest in your womb. In the ninth month of the spirit realm, you'll go into labor, pushing out each baby. One by One!!! Relax, he's given you a midwife: the Holy Spirit.Leslie A. Beamon is a native of Paterson, New Jersey. She is an educator in the Paterson Public School system. She holds a BA in Sociology/Anthropology with a certification in education and is currently pursuing her MA in Education Administration. Leslie is an anointed writer whom God has chosen for such a time as this to write under his prophetic anointing. Will The Real Sista's Please Stand Up is the first baby of many that God has impregnated her with. Her prayer is that women of all ages, stages, and walks of life come into the knowledge of who they are in God. Leslie's quote for all women is: "Do you, let nothing stop you from enjoying life!"
And with her credit, she is going to be like the Titanic ship, sinking! ... Why couldn't my family be strong and support each other?
Author: Pam Osbey
View: 116Welcome to the world of love, self-realizations, and spirituality. Come and join the mocha revolution. Come and taste a different flava of mocha. Pam Osbey, author of Musings of a Mocha Sista, brings you into her world. Her readers are treated to Poetree In Motion, where poems that infuse musicality with powerful passionate vibes take over the reader's soul. In Spiritual Break, mocha sista expresses her joyful feelings of love to a higher power to help her through this struggle, this journey, this thing called life. In Mocha's Storyboard wonderful stories that explore intricate relationships, being realistic about relationships, and loving one's self are the themes that are explored. Mocha Sez essays embrace the spirit of sistahhood and sistahfriendships. "Loving the Skin You’re In" provokes readers to challenge their beliefs on their body image and how they feel about themselves. "The Single Life" invites single sistahs to embrace their singleness. "Nurturing Your Soul" encourages all women to take time to treat themselves royally like queens. Come inside to taste and explore the different flavors of this powerful mocha sista. This collection of literature will bring you to new levels of understanding your soul, mind, and heart.
When love comes it will stand up to the test. Love will make itself known. ... Stay strong, my sistas. Acknowledgments First and foremost I'd like to praise ...
Author: Ms. T
Publisher: Agate Publishing
Category: Family & Relationships
View: 284The Player Slayer is an outrageous and hilarious guide on how to defeat, reject and otherwise deflect the players in your life. It’s a real world revision of The Rules, an urban answer to He’s Just Not That Into You. With steel-sharp wit and cutting insight, “Ms. T” breaks down both the player and the game. Most importantly, she shows you how to turn yourself from a “mark”—alone, outraged and disappointed—to a “slayer” strong enough to withstand even the best game. Ms. T blows away the whole “don’t hate the player, hate the game” smokescreen to reveal what makes a player a player, what makes his game work, and why women get beaten up in the game. This down-and-dirty guide will leave you empowered with the knowledge to outwit, outlast, and outplay even the player’s player.
-that's what I had to keep telling myself. Hell, we hadn't even been ... The tears did soften me up a little, but I had to be strong. Do not forgive him.
Author: Shywanee L. Manson
Category: Family & Relationships
View: 223Rita Leone, a successful poetry club owner, finds love on the internet. Brian, a gorgeous ladies man, seeks the financial help of women to accomplish his goal of becoming an entrepreneur. When Rita meets Brian, she feels like she hit the jackpot. Brian is everything shes looking for kind, independent and charming - OR IS HE? Brians change in personality frightens Rita, but for a chance for love, she would do anything in her power to keep her man. Sophie Scott-Roberts, a single and sexy divorcee, is angry at all single women. Because of her ex-husbands numerous affairs, she is only after one thing REVENGE. Sophie is ready to show those women that they are not the only ones who could steal another womans man and she proves it when she meets Brian. When Rita, Sophie and Brian cross paths, all hell breaks loose and things take a turn for the worse… Apology From One Sista To Another is a tale of love, lies and revenge. But ultimately, it is a story of forgiveness and healing.
“ I don't want your words , keep them , choke on them , let them smother you ... she did venture to tell someone how she felt , the advice was “ Be strong .
Author: Rochelle Brock
Publisher: Peter Lang
View: 637Sista Talk: The Personal and the Pedagogical is an inquiry into the questions of how Black women define their existence in a society which devalues, dehumanizes, and silences their beliefs. Placing herself inside of the research, Rochelle Brock invites the reader on a journey of self-exploration, as she and seven of her Black female students investigate their collective journey toward self-awareness in the attempt to liberate their minds and souls from ideological domination. Throughout, Sista Talk attempts to understand the ways in which this self-exploration informs her pedagogy. Combining Black feminist and Afrocentric Theory with critical pedagogy, this book frames the parameters for an Afrowomanist pedagogy of wholeness for teaching Black students.
We are strong, proud and wise Sistas, striving to live civilized With hard work and determination We can each help build a stronger nation To be refined at ...
Author: Queen TruEarth
Category: African American girls
View: 970"This book was written to share information about life, about womanhood, about friendship, about love of self, about boys, abstinence, sex, and so much more. It answers the questions a girl would ask her mother and says things that they need to hear from their mother"--P.  of cover.
My body stays strong and healthy. I think that's reason enough to incorporate it into one's lifestyle. Don't you work out?” “Yeah, I can really work out a ...
Author: Leslie Esdaile
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
View: 822Shameless by Leslie Esdaile: Single mother Della Mitchell is going to Victoria's Secret for the first time after a year of abstinence from shopping. . .and men. But now it's time to get her groove back on. Then she meets Byron Fulton, buying a "breakup" gift for his girlfriend. Things are cool, until the brother tries to put the moves on her. But there is more to this man than meets the eye, and he's not about to let Della slip through his fingers. Please, Baby, Please by Monica Jackson: Denise "Neecy" Ballard is in debt up to her neck, she's gained twenty-five pounds, and her car is about to be repossessed. Joseph Vaughn never forgot the beautiful Southern belle when he sold her the car, and for some reason he just can't leave her high and dry. So he decides to cure the luscious lady of her shopping addiction, especially if it means keeping her close. It Takes Two by Reon Laudat: Ramona Jackson has always had a weakness for cute shoes and Kadeem Smith. So when he comes back to town, it's all she can do not to fire up the charge card in a fit of nervous shopping jitters. Especially when he makes it clear that he wants to pick up right where they left off. . . Promises by Niqui Stanhope: Gilliam Asher is in a bind. In order to bring her grandmother back from death's door, she announces that she is engaged to be married. And it works! Nana recovers and now Gillian has to produce the happy groom-to-be. In times of crisis, a shopping session is the just the answer. And it's a scuffle over a fabulous black dress that leads her to meet a man who just might be "the One."
Sista needed me to be, and my parents were going to need me to be too. ... I did what I had to do to remain strong; I couldn't lose it. Sista needed me.
Author: Amy Byer Shainman
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 766Resurrection Lily shares a story of inheritance and intuition, of what can surface in the body and the spirit when linked by DNA. As Amy Byer Shainman discovers she has inherited a BRCA gene mutation that puts her at high risk of developing certain cancers, she struggles to come to terms with preventively removing her breasts when she does not have a breast cancer diagnosis. Through her experience making decisions about her health, Amy becomes invigorated with purpose and establishes herself as a leading advocate for those with BRCA and other hereditary cancer syndromes, tirelessly working to educate others facing the same daunting reality. Painting a timely and moving portrait of what it feels like to carry a BRCA gene mutation, Resurrection Lily provides firsthand insight into the patient experience. Weaved throughout Amy’s open and vulnerable story is the expertise of her doctors, education from top medical experts in cancer genetics, and whispered lifesaving guidance from her grandmother Lillian.
Stand By Your Man Lord knows we try We stay by your side Take money from our own pockets and pit it in your hands Help you stand up to be a strong man All ...
Author: D. L. Johnson
View: 798This is the urban outlook on poetry telling stories from politics to poverty, from relationships to our environment. Real poems for real people. Some of these words are beautiful and some are harsh but they are all the realities of the world we live in, the things that we see and go through. Whether falling in love for the very first time or sitting in the welfare office, nobody does it like a sista.
The Alzheimer's may be slowly taking away the strong mind she wanted, but it is not taking away her humanity. GRACE The changes I expect to be making in the ...
Author: Sonja L. Lanehart
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Social Science
View: 319The demand of white, affluent society that all Americans should speak, read, and write "proper" English causes many people who are not white and/or middle class to attempt to "talk in a way that feel peculiar to [their] mind," as a character in Alice Walker's The Color Purple puts it. In this book, Sonja Lanehart explores how this valorization of "proper" English has affected the language, literacy, educational achievements, and self-image of five African American women—her grandmother, mother, aunt, sister, and herself. Through interviews and written statements by each woman, Lanehart draws out the life stories of these women and their attitudes toward and use of language. Making comparisons and contrasts among them, she shows how, even within a single family, differences in age, educational opportunities, and social circumstances can lead to widely different abilities and comfort in using language to navigate daily life. Her research also adds a new dimension to our understanding of African American English, which has been little studied in relation to women.