July 13th my soulmate birthday I treat it like my birthday God’s gift to me praising my savior for giving this one 31 years Basking in the Robins going like 31 tears this another year to address the haters 31 peers underestimaters this is my baby season 31 gears shifting
awaken by the storm opening my eyes was my son blinded by America the sun does not shine as bright family forced apart light forced to shine the most when its dark opening my mind was my daughter she put a plan together to get my life in order
I hear sound in melody melodies that blend heartbeats mindsets that carry perspective culture as the sweetest thing to ever touch my soul as the only Queen to play my favorite song the sweetest thing I’ve ever felt before – quentin d. wright @quentindwright
the battle field of language the missiles being metaphors and verbs classrooms been had metaphorical meaning guns in the gestures of the hands this day will forever be battle of the bands booms turn into tombs and cemetery’s are the classrooms arm teachers with bigger budgets and golden nuggets watch
My father always told me, “nothing worth having, will come easy”. Wise words to live by, because surely if it was worth it and it came easy, will it be yours forever? Without the foundation of trials and tribulations, could you really appreciate the worth of something? I can’t answer
By: Que Eleven One commencement ceremony blindsided by hatred, Richard described as a kind soul, Richard being asked to step to the left knowing that this may be a chance to stand tall, Only to fall victim to a hate crime on U.S soil, If one cares one stomach should
My name is Quentin D. Wright aka DJ Que Eleven. I’m a black man in America. Not just a black man in America but a black man from Chicago, IL one of the most profound cities in the world, and one of the coldest, and I’m not talking about weather.