Posted on February 8, 2018 by Kendall F. Person
Although, he told her that he loved her, she knew that one day, he would take her life away.
Category: Essays/Prose, The Latest
Tags: abusive relationships, domestic abuse, Erika Parker, Featured, for the love of Erika Parker, kendall f. person, love, love is biological, love is psychological, metoo, National Domestic Abuse, self-love, The Latest, the neighborhood, what is love
Posted on September 20, 2017 by Kendall F. Person
Sometimes… we need to feel good all over.
Category: Op/Ed, Reviews
Tags: billy bob thornton, black history night, Cities, cup anna kendrick, drama, halle berry, just make me feel good, lifetime achievement award, love, monsters ball, six feet deep, the neighborhood
Posted on December 26, 2016 by Kendall F. Person
He promised to go back for her, while there was still time.
Category: literature, society, the writer, unhinged
Tags: 1962 laos, abandoned daughter, beat time at own game, brother, call estranged family, drums of war, estranged love one, fall of Vientiane, genocide of hmong, landlocked country, laos civil war, love, never defeat time, parents never see daughter again, pawn in indochina war, ravages of war, reunited international airport, sister, sister sua, time, xiang nhia yang
Posted on March 15, 2014 by Kendall F. Person
a love that you always know is there, even if one day… it’s gone.
Category: collabs, inspiration
Tags: black, black and white photography, collaborative, gay, GUESTS, japanese, lesbian, love, music, photography, unconditional love, wedding
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