Obsessed with the way his eyes look into my soul. The very essence of his being brings euphoria to my cerebrum. Gently, he traces my face – temple to cheek- sending lighting through my spine. His touch, makes the butterflies in my bosom flutter. His kiss is tranquility, calming the storm that brews within. The taste of him, is a joy so sweet- beyond ecstasy. … Continue reading Summer in November
The Dew of God Like fresh water to a desert. Breathe to a dying man. Sweet milk from a mother to an infant. Like love to the hopeless. Or truth to the brokenhearted. Like the dew of God…New beginnings. -Tomiya Thomas ©Jan 2018 Continue reading The Dew of God
One on the many problems teen girls face today and have been facing for decades is teen pregnancy. Teen pregnancy has always been an issue in America and also an issue that many teenage girls face across all racial lines. In my household alone the last 3 decades before mine have all experienced teen pregnancy. My great grandmother was a teen mother, my grandmother was … Continue reading Teen Pregnancy/Interpersonal Crisis (Research)
In the prologue of Wife of Bath’s, Alilsoun gossips a lot about her past marriages and gives many details about each. The prologue shows her as a brutally honest person, who speaks her mind; whether it be about her own sexual appetite, or her using her body to gain material things from her husband’s and to control them. She married her first husband, an older … Continue reading An Echo: Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale (Literature Commentary)
Car Burglaries Katy 92 FM Morning News Radio: 30 secs HUGHES: Two arrest have been made in a case involving a series of car burglaries in Katy. Two young men are facing charges with connection to the burglaries in Fort Bend County. Stephen Johnson, twenty one, and Caleb Greer, eighteen, were arrested on February 29. Investigators said they recovered cell phones, cash, jewelry, a … Continue reading News Radio Commercial (Example)
Drifting away at sea, as the wind hits against my back. The air is whistling in my ears, sun beating against my face, I’m lying adrift. Seagulls above my head…Calmed, I close my eyes. The flap of their wings soothes me even deeper into my slumber. My mind escapes. I’m away in my happy place. I smile and squeeze my eyes, not wanting to return. … Continue reading At Sea (Sonnet)
Blood splattered on to the wall, she fell to the floor, in agony!
It was over… Continue reading Until Death Do You Part