by any means – a poem
I was a college student in 1992
Kent State historical in its own right for the shooting of four protestors exercising their first amendment
Malcolm X was also a man exercising his right to be black in America
1992, a movie premiere.
Three glorious hours about this leader who gave an alternative voice to a people, some of whom saw no end of the struggle in sight.
Then the Oscars roll around.
Spike Lee was played
Thank you for reading
Check out my episode “Poem. Attraction. 4/9/18” from march thirty one poetry on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/marchthirtyonepoetry/episodes/Poem–Attraction–4918-e1a65u
Check out my episode “It’s Sunday. The Bible As Poetry. #nationalpoetrymonth 4/8/18” from march thirty one poetry on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/marchthirtyonepoetry/episodes/Its-Sunday–The-Bible-As-Poetry–nationalpoetrymonth-4818-e1a0nb
It’s Sunday. Just felt like sharing this today. Alot of people don’t realize how much of the Bible is written in a poetic style. This scripture is one of my favorites. #LoveIsPatient #BibleAsPoetry #nationalpoetrymonth #marchthirtyonepoetry
Check out my episode “national poetry month. haiku for my favorite tv show. 4/5/18” from march thirty one poetry on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/marchthirtyonepoetry/episodes/national-poetry-month–haiku-for-my-favorite-tv-show–4518-e19jlp
Check out my episode “march thirty one poetry. In remembrance of Dr King. ” from march thirty one poetry on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/kellea-tibbs/episodes/march-thirty-one-poetry–In-remembrance-of-Dr-King-e19ap3
I wrote this poem back in 2015. Today, I honor the memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and the 50th Anniversary of his death, April 4, 1968. May we never stop fighting for equality and justice, peacefully. #MLK #50thAnniversary #marchthirtyonepoetry
It’s Black History Month 2016. Every year I start off strong trying to write some poetry continuously during the month of February. Let’s see how it goes this year
I’ve been slacking this month but Instagram and haiku make writing even a little something easier .
On April 4th we commemorate the life and untimely death of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Here’s the short poem I wrote this past Saturday. I didn’t get a chance to post it on that day. See the original poem also on Twitter.
Honor his life,
by seeking justice.
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