Catherine C. Taylor is Muslim-Puerto Rican journalist with a vision to bring community awareness through storytelling. She is a Rutgers-Newark Graduate with a BA in Journalism and International Affairs.
It’s said that black is dark and evil It’s said that black is cosmical, deceitful and illegal It’s said that black is marked by anger or resentment, hostility and indifference
I call all of my poems midnight inspirations, because I write them during sleepless nights. None of my poems have titles, I believe once you entitle a piece it is contained in a box where no changes can be made.
From where I stand, “La Cordillera Central” and the Empire State stand side by side. I am the seed with the hope of greatness that struggles to be in when everyone saw me out.
I don’t know fancy flowing words nor like to pretend to know much. I don’t speak with eloquence or with words of old English.