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By: Theresa Weston Sister! Sister! I miss you I remember when we used to wear each other’s shoes I remember when we used to listen to each other, Singing the Blues Being Sisters have so many rules, the most important...

GOVERNOR CUOMO DIRECTS FLAGS TO HALF-STAFF

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today directed that flags on all state government buildings be flown at half-staff on Tuesday, August 29 to honor Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Corey George Ingram of Poughkeepsie and the...

A Poem – Insurrection Day

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Insurrection Day   By Roger Chambers   Election held with ballots cast How do we know it’s not the last time at polls to freely vote, ending on a dissonant note, abhorrent taste so sour. Results rejected at the top thus free and...

POETRY CORNER: Covid & The Fear

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Covid & the Fear - A POEM, By Natalie Williams It’s “The E con o my”; Not our live’s that is precious. Now we can see... The Haves and Have-nots; Eternally... Ensnared are we all - to...

Poetry Corner- No Justice, No Peace, Know Justice, Know peace

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By Natalie Williams No Justice, No Peace! That is the chant. Police Brutalities; Recant To Brutalizers; we demand Cease your crimes against us. We take a stand. Yes, “Black Lives Matter” - no more, no less This country’s ‘rules must face a...

Thanks Giving – A POEM

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By Natalie Williams Contrary Perceptions, Different Views; The prisms through which we ‘see’ light through… T’was a time when this was ‘new’ Now, two years hence - not nearly through…   And, this old house has taken me from ‘technically homeless’ to...

Bi- Racial Proud & Gay – A POEM

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by Natalie M. Williams May 2019 My Apologies to a Blacker, Stronger Mr. Jussie Smollett Bi- Racial Proud & Gay - A POEM Drag You Through the Mud Claiming your Account ain’t true Drawn & Quartered Every Time Bamboozled -...