ArtBy Levester Green April 13, 2022
They had me in hell, in the cell too
Levester Green writes about his time in jail.
ArtBy Amina Washington April 13, 2022
My dog Milo
Amina Washington writes about her dog, Milo.
ArtBy Patricia Donaldson April 13, 2022
Patricia Donaldson reflects on an experience she had with harassment.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey April 13, 2022
Better late than never
Vennie Hill discusses the trials she has faced and the importance of never giving up.
ArtBy Frederic John April 13, 2022
Frederic John shares a haiku titled “Buffalo.”
Frederic John shares a poem titled “Reflection grove.”
ArtBy Marcus McCall April 13, 2022
Food for thought!
Marcus McCall shares what’s been on his mind.
ArtBy Jackie Turner April 13, 2022
This is me
Jaqueline Turner writes about her ralationship with God.
ArtBy Michele Rochon April 13, 2022
Michele Rochon writes about spring.
ArtBy Sybil Taylor April 13, 2022
Sybil Taylor talks about Spring Time.
ArtBy Don Gardner April 13, 2022
Don Gardner shares a poem called “Peace within.”
ArtBy Gerald Anderson April 13, 2022
My journey to independence
Gerald Anderson shares part of his experience with homelessness.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey April 6, 2022
My Harris Teeter
Vennie Hill writes about the Harris Teeter she works at.
ArtBy Levester Green April 6, 2022
It’s the ones close to you.
Levester Green shares a story following part of his life.
ArtBy Queenie Featherstone April 6, 2022
Queenie Featherstone writes an acrostic poem and an accompanying statement about housing vouchers.
ArtBy Rochelle Walker April 6, 2022
Rochelle Walker writes an acrostic poem titled “Easter’s poem.”
ArtBy Angie Whitehurst April 6, 2022
Displacement over there and what it means to me over here
Angie Whitehurst shares her thoughts on the state of Ukraine.
ArtBy Amina Washington April 6, 2022
A new spring day
Amina Washington shares a poem titled “A new spring day.”
ArtBy Donté Turner April 6, 2022
The power within
Donté Turner writes a poem titled “The power within.”
ArtBy Phillip Black April 6, 2022
Riding the Metro
Phillip Black writes about how he could feel safer on the Metro.
We believe ending homelessness begins with listening to the stories of those who have experienced it.