Author Archives: Tricia
In the ancient African tradition, before a ceremony, ritual, or in some cases even before eating a meal, a libation was poured (usually on the soil if alcohol or a plant if water) which acknowledged all those ancestors who have … Continue reading
He hopscotched across the downtown bumper to bumper rush hour traffic open beer can in one hand, bouquet of flowers in the other It was 5 minutes to 6
the wind blowing through the trees my man’s moan of satisfaction it was a perfect day…still full of possibility
Spent the night with an old friend My memories of him locked away gathering dust and now I was in joyous reunion anxious to hear what I had long forgotten so I turned out the lights, turned up the volume, … Continue reading
Let me stand on my massage table soapbox and say….
CONFESSION An open letter to those that say,“we need leaders, not readers” Psst…. Hey listen up. They say confession is good for the soul. Ok…here goes. I’ve been cheating on my book. I know that sounds terrible. Oh, don’t look … Continue reading