Teen staffer Tyler Bey shares his second poetry collection, “The Color of an Insufficient Yet Nostalgic America,” exclusively with VOX ATL.
VOX staffer Rachel Springer shares a powerful piece about her experience in Paris, France; “The City of Lights.”
Our first VOX Teen Poetry submission for the 2018-19 school year comes from Tyler Bey.
VOX Media Cafe writer Rachel Springer shares her poem, “Are You Listening?”
A role model, guide, an angel. The person that has had the most influence on my life is, my mother.
VOX ATL contributor Vincent shares his latest poem.
Taken from our open mic earlier this year, Josiah McGhee performs his piece “Forced To Remember.”
VOX ATL contributor Vincent Batts shares his most recent poem “The Cycle.”
“The names you give me are based off of your stereotype of what you think I should be. You can’t figure out what I am. You tar and feather me, Black tar White feathers.”
“R.I.P. to your burst bubble
Before, you thought we were trouble
This movie dragged us out the rubble
And had you colonizers seeing double.”