By Marxie Douglas
Heaving, sighing, pressure mounted..
Squeezed tightly choking..
My colour so tinted, so avoided..
The melanin creating the fuming..
My hoarse voice only a deep whisper..
Calling out amounting to desperation..
Losing the strength so faster..
So voiceless to this affiliation..
It’s aching, pain agonizing..
It’s unbearable, I can’t breathe..
My soul stigmatized and leaving..
Struggling and gripping to teeth..
It’s absurd this prejudice..
Stigmatizing every breath fiercely..
Anytime there arises a chance..
Breath is strangled so anonymously..
#@daggie the Poet.