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Category Archive: Artistic Moment, Black Love, Poetry, WOMEN

Let’s Make Love

Poem by  Lashuntrice Bradley. Let’s Make Love Open your eyes See the beauty in front of you Let the chemistry run wild I Want To Make Love To You No television No slow jams Just heavy...

Loving A Woman Part 2

Poem by  Jeffrey V. Perry. Follow her on Twitter @JeffreyVPerry Loving A Woman Part 2 Loving a woman is just part of life Love is life Life is love God who loves all Is love We are living love...

Loving A Woman Part 1

Poem by  Jeffrey V. Perry. Follow her on Twitter @JeffreyVPerry Loving A Woman Part 1 Loving a woman is to never Give her love Never hold her close Never whisper sweet nothings Into her ear...

5 Love Songs of the Week

Hey lovers, Valentine’s Day is Thursday and I have a few selections of gooooood love songs! 5 love songs of the week: 1. Lately-Tyrese. Everyone needs a little black Ty! 2. Suffocate- J....

Valentine’s Day Spotlight: Ivory Bridal Atlanta

Valentine’s Day is Friday lovers; the holiday filled with love and presents, and marriage. Pardon My Audacity visited Ivory Bridal Atlanta to try on a dress and have a girls’ day in to talk....

Involuntary Love Part Two

RECAP: Shit like this happened in movies and on television; he wanted to run off but his mother hadn’t raised him from anything. He watched her, read her, and knew that he wouldn’t make the wrong...

Under The Midnight Stars

Poem by  Wendye Savage. Follow her on Twitter @VontellSavage Under The Midnight Stars                             Heavenly, just so heavenly...

Forever Indebited

Hello lovers. This is the first love letter for Black Love February written by yours truly, Jasmine Jackson. I hope you are enjoying this months post and this first love letter. Dear lover, It’s...

Kissing My Soul

Poem by  Wendye Savage. Follow her on Twitter @VontellSavage Kissing My Soul Want to hold onto you for forever But now is all that life allows; So with each day with you, I’ll treasure And in my...

Quote of the day

The question is not whether we can afford to invest in every child; it is whether we can afford not to. – Marian Wright Edelman (1939-) The Measure of Our Success (1992)