“Words not for the ears but for the Soul” -Arielle Estoria (Video) X L.A. Open Mic (AsWeDwell.com)

Sunday September 24th (& every last Sunday of the month) As We Dwell holds a monthly open mic hosted and directed by Arielle Estoria. In full support Street Poets are in attendance and you should come through. This vibey, calm open mic that was specifically made for the Poet, Writer, Vocalist, and Visual Artist is... Continue Reading →


Repost: New Poetry by Hrsh Reyalitee (Audio)

Peace Powerful People,Hrsh Reyalitee is in California and is writing Happy Poems, Dark Poems, Motivational Poems, and I am here for it! Please donate to Hrsh so she can bring us more Poetry from California before she brings it BACK to New York City. Please visit this post on her blog at (HrshReyalitee.wordpress.com) https://soundcloud.com/streetpoetsnyc/day-break-raw

Elizabeth Acevedo: Glow Poet (Spoken Word)

ELIZABETH ACEVEDO was born and raised in New York City and her poetry is infused with Dominican bolero and her beloved city’s tough grit. Elizabeth Acevedo is a Poet you should know -The Street Blogger https://youtu.be/tPx8cSGW4k8   She holds a BA in Performing Arts from The George Washington University and an MFA in Creative Writing... Continue Reading →

I.M. MC x Cito Blanko-Joint Acapella (Spoken Word)

The following video, please exercise your patience because you need to get the jewels being DROPPED! Don't be shy, make sure you follow @CitoBlanko because the brother is REAL.  Happy Monday! Today I encourage you to let go and let it flow because that is the only way to get all that you desire. Let's... Continue Reading →

‘Speak Heart’ Poem Written by @HrshReyalitee

Allow my heart to speak. Speak heart And don’t lay on pages Making me unable to turn them Reflect the power I need And strap me With hope And a witness Speak heart A few waistlines have been left by the wayside And baseline have replaced these emotions of mine But unplug the stopper Take […]... Continue Reading →

Crystal Valentine & Aaliyah Jihad – “Hide Your Shea Butter

Crystal Valentine & Aaliyah Jihad clearly went to that slam to slam all critics. "Y'all really think my black looks better on you!" is a line in the poem posted below that sums up exactly how we all feel deep deep down when we hear white people call us "Nigga" being our friend right before... Continue Reading →


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