Poetry by LaQuisha Banks

Finding Myself

We must, someday, learn:

                     that we are all
                                  no one.

 


The Twenty-First Century

People

Envy ambition

They turn against the redeemers.

 

The Sun

She follows me and promises to wake me

Penetrates my skin to burn

Cleanses me of terminal chemicals and chronic feelings

She watches over me: her constant love language.


LaQuisha R. Banks is a poet, essayist, and a short story author. She has independently published one collection of poetry entitled Altar Call to Forgiveness. As a graduate of the University of Virginia with a B.A. in English Language and Literature, some of her poems and articles have been published in student publications on campus. When not writing, LaQuisha Banks works as a substitute teacher in Hampton Roads, Virginia and as a member of the Virginia Army National Guard. You may review some her writings at https://larebelspirit.wordpress.com. She may also be contacted atlaquishabanks@gmail.com.

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