PLANDEMIC is a brilliant arrangement of 60 poems in verse describing the health crises, medical emergency, and injustices caused by systematic unfair policies on top of a national emergency called the coronavirus.
23 times binding on cells
inmates infected with air
mentally physically isolated
mandated mask to house arrest
so fact checkers fact check the fact
chinese virus, corona virus, virus attacks
but now we have a new strain songbirds singing
fear rises of covid-23 dominating the planet in fear crises
as we shop, clear shelves of alcohol, tissue, and bleach
mandatory vaccination is the only solution seeked
travel restrictions forced testing crises on immune
systems in warp speed; people can’t breathe
taking vitamin d and c no hydromorphone
killing super antibodies, John Hollis gene
billionaire funded covid-19
is a Detroit poet, author, and indie-film producer. In 2017 she wrote poetry book, children's book, and produced documentary-short all titled #WaterINJUSTICE. She is a graduate of Martin Luther King Jr., Sr. High School, Hampton University BA, California State University-multi language learning, Marygrove College-MA Social Justice, and in 2021 completed Harvard University's Women in Leadership program for Emerging Leaders.
She is CEO of Nzinga LeJeune Publishing, Somerset Films 313, LLC, Editor-in-Chief Water!! Magazine, Founder and Creative Director of Detroit’s Afrikan Town 313 Film Festival, a 2019 Petty Propolis Arts Fellow at the Historic Idlewild, and winner of the 2019 Maynor Biggers Artist Fund.