Male Privilege Poem

  |  Topic: Atlanta Word Works, Identity, Poetry, Relationships

I have no clue why she would be dressed up this nicely at a train station but that is non of my business/ The point is that I wanted to complement her/ But being that most of my friends are women/I’ve heard enough creeper horror stories to know that if I didn’t approach her correctly/
I could go down in her own history book as another creepy ass guy on the train trying to holler/So I didn’t/I still don’t

Ninel Nekay Slams Misogyny at Brave New Voices 2016

  |  Topic: Atlanta Teen Voices, Atlanta Word Works, Poetry
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As the Atlanta Word Works team goes to Washington D.C. to compete in Brave New Voices, July 12-16, we are proud to share their work.  Ninel Nekay, 18, is a student at Kennesaw State University.  When did you first start writing poetry? I started writing when I was 15-years-old. What inspired you to start writing poetry? I used to […]