Poems

The Negro Paints a Sunset | Leland Quarterly, Spring 2021

 

Self-Portrait as Sticky Notes | Leland Quarterly, Spring 2021

Nothing Blacker Than My Bank Account | Pigeon Pages NYC, April 2021

Elegy for Black Boys Still Breathing | StanfordLive Magazine, December 2020

“Hood Proverbs” & “I dream of a darker planet.” | Ex/Post Magazine, November 2020

I Think of My Grandmother, Still Waking | Between My Body and the Air Anthology, Nov 2020

Poem of Numerous Things Unspoken | Between My Body and the Air Anthology, Nov 2020

And When They Finally Hand Me a Name | Between My Body and the Air Anthology, Nov 2020

Poem Always Having to Repeat Itself | Adroit Journal, Oct 2020

Forgive Me If I Say | Dishsoap Quarterly, Oct 2020

Dog Days | Dishsoap Quarterly, Oct 2020

Captain’s Log | Oakland Arts Review, Winter 2020

This Poem Has Already Forgotten Its Name | Sienna Solstice Issue II, September 2020

Vignettes of Pandemic & Protest | The Pandemic Post Issue 4, Sept 2020

transit | SONKU Collective Issue 2, June 2020

Mother Keeps Us on a Merry-Go-Round | Leland Quarterly, Summer 2020

Someone Told Me Once the Philly Pride Flag is “Aesthetically Displeasing” | Leland Quarterly, Summer 2020

 

To the Flag that Doesn’t Know Me | Mint Magazine, Fall 2019

To All the Socks I’ve Lost While Doing Laundry | Leland Quarterly, Fall 2019

Celeste Age 5 Invites Me to Tea | Anderson Collection @ Stanford University, Oct 2019