Posts tagged poetry
Shaa Bailey Shares How Poetry & Business Go Hand in Hand

Almost exactly one year ago, when we interviewed Shaa Bailey, we learned about how her grandfather’s love for poetry ignited her own passion and how the absence of her father impacted her childhood. Today, Shaa is now a part of the Pink Productions as our Creative Writing Editor and in our updated interview she lets us in on latest poetry inspirations, plans to start her own company and so much more.

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Christian Poet Carla Moore Shares How Poetry is Unvoiced Prayers

For Carla Moore, Dr. Seuss began the un-fencing for the prompted poet. Having a mother that sacrificed much for her, in addition to a cousin that helped push her to do more as a poet, Carla continues to keeping pressing forward. She keeps faith in God and trust his will for her life. Learn more about the Christian poet as she shares how poems are equivalent to unvoiced prayers.  

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How Bernadine Barber uses her voice to be a vessel for God

A wise man once said, “Write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” And, that’s exactly what Bernadine Barber is doing. About eight years ago she discovered her love for poetry. And, through spoken word she has been able to inspire others to live the life God intended for them. As she continues to allow God to use her, she challenges her generation to do this same. Bernadine is eager to share her God given talent with the world and she inspires others to live out their truth.

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Chloe Mitchell: The Poet Kanye West & Rihanna Love

While I’m sure many of you tuned into Rihanna’s newest album Anti and Kanye’s 2010 hit “Blame Game,” you may not have known that today’s feature, Chloe Mitchell, played a big part in both projects. Her poem titled “If they let us,” is written in braille on Rihanna’s latest album cover. And Kanye recites “Your bitter is my sweet,” also written by Chloe on his track “Blame Game.”

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Blythe: Poetry Saved Her Life

Poetry saved Blythe Baird's life and she's dedicated her life to saving others through poetry ever since. After being inspired through poetry to fight an eating disorder, Blythe decided to take poetry seriously. Her words are just as powerful as her testimony. She is shaking and changing the world one line at a time and she's just getting started. Check out her interview below to learn how she works towards a greater cause through the art of spoken word.

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Teni Adebayo Reminds us to Live Boldly

Sometimes we spend so much time trying to be someone for everyone, looking for others’ approval and hoping to find validation through our loved ones’ compliments and smiles. Often times we only end up losing our own identity and feeling discontent. Teni can certainly attest to that, she spent the majority of her childhood trying to please everyone else but herself. But fortunately, her relationship with God restored her self-impression and helped her to become the woman she is today.

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