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Humble Meeks Epiphany, Jalen Havior and Minister Dwayne J. Torres

The Pick-A-Poet Showcase Hosted by Queen Tee and Co-host, Prayer Partner N Rhyme, Sophia Pope Sunday 8PM EST ~ 7PM CST ~ 5PM PST on: THE BLACK LOVE POETRY SERIES NETWORK PRAYER, INSPIRATION, MOTIVATION AND POETRY A DISCUSSION ABOUT CURRENT EVENTS INFUSED WITH POWERFUL POETRY TOPPED OFF WITH A INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE AND OF COURSE THE CHERRY ON TOP A PRAYER FROM OUR GUEST PRAYER WARRIOR! THIS MONTH, AUGUST, OUR SHOWS WILL BE EXMPLIFYING BLACK LOVE!

HERE'S A GREAT START TO OUR TOPIC OF "BLACK LOVE".


PRAYER WARRIOR FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST: As an ordained, minister Dwayne J. Torres has a ministry of love and support throughout the community. He has a practical approach that allows his message to reach people from all backgrounds. His unique way of speaking to the people, has a wonderful blend of love and understanding, making individuals feel comfortable to come as they are, with no judgement, and no restrictions. 


SHOWCASES OF THE EVENING: Humble Meeks Epiphany was born Shameka Billings. In a brief reflection of her journey you will come to know why poetry plays a vital role in who she is. Growing up she faced extreme trials and tribulations beyond her years that she thought were inescapable, until she picked up a pen and paper at the age of 7 years old and started to write. It was therapeutic in all aspects of her life. In her closet with her pen and paper she was !FREE! Free to have a voice, free to gain release of physical, mental, and emotional expressions. 


Jalen Havior is Macon, Georgia native. He began writing seriously at age 16. His writing began as poetry and free-verse raps which evolved into spoken word poetry and hip hop music. He has performed everywhere from colleges to churches and has been a part of various writing groups such as The Twilight Writers, Random Acts of Poetry and Scripted. 


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