Basement Poetry Presents: “Nadia” by Zora Thomas
“Nadia” I know you girl. I knew you from your colors. They swim Universal. They scream versatile, chameleon like. Skin dark hues and sunlight. They burst deep and bold. Your hair, thick like rainbows, wild and soft. Hardened by the white microaggressions and hard suggestions to be mute. It’s cute. How your skin becomes armor….