I’m all I ever wanted in a woman, I imagine at noon when I’m thinkin ’bout drinkin. I don’t have a fuckin’ problem. But beneath the moon I re-imagine… Re-Imagine Myself – Kindra M. AustinOne of my favorite poems from a beloved author
Z Publishing House recently released the Maryland, Carolinas, and Virginia edition of their Americas Emerging Poets of 2018 series, and I WAS PUBLISHED IN IT! It’s truly been an incredible journey, and one full of disappointments and thoughts I might not ever reach this goal. Since I started writing at the age of 13, I … Continue reading FINALLY: PUBLISHED
During the weekend, I put out a call for writing collaborations to pass the time during what’s been a fairly wet and somewhat dreary time of year. I haven’t done too many collabs (although that’s something I really wanted to change). Fortunately, I know a few good writers not only here but through my Instagram … Continue reading Scintillating Memories
During the weekend, I put out a call for writing collaborations to pass the time during what's been a fairly wet and somewhat dreary time of year. I haven't done too many collabs (although that's something I really wanted to change). Fortunately, I know a few good writers not only here but through my Instagram … Continue reading Death Plays a Quivering Chord
Before I get to the poetry, I'd like to share an assignment I had for my college spring semester: interviewing someone in my field to learn about the field and how to succeed in it. Of course, I had to many people to choose from, so I picked on that I've loved for a long … Continue reading WWW.
Just wanted to say how excited I was to be interviewed by Ericka Arthur last week as part of her #WriterCrushWednesday feature. Taking the time to answer her questions was quite the pleasure. You can read the full interview here: https://authenticiteespeaks.com/2018/05/16/meet-poet-devereaux-frazier-an-aspergians-chemical-romance/ Back in February, I teamed up with the Brianna, daughter of the fabulous Michelle … Continue reading Let’s Collaborate!
Take me from this church, I don’t belong to life Humans shattering bones with blood And taking life with a million knives Ingrained in our society the absence of rights Despite aged documents we claim to live by Ingrained in our food, flowing in our water Chemicals and poisons that shove us farther Into the … Continue reading We’re Playing Dress Up and Democracy Is Our Chains
I was nominated for this award by Christine Ray over at https://braveandrecklessblog.com. Christine provides the internet with some of the most elegant and vibrant poetry I've ever read, and I encourage you to check out her work. The rules for this blog require you to name seven interesting facts about yourself and then pass it … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award: Thanks Christine!
First things first I’m not a writer There’s nothing special about my profession Everyone writes everyday Even when they’re not thinking about it Communicating information is centuries old What makes me so bold To share it with the world Is the power and passion that flows Inside these veins, borne of a brain Taught to … Continue reading The Things I’m Not, We All Are
Fingertips glazed with potent pictures of the fray presidential missteps punch humans out the person poets ride like the cold winds striking blows and leaving fast the mangled guilt leaves a trail for the universe to see even the strongest eyes will tear when stripped of belief hope is wrong in the minds of some … Continue reading Potent Poets