This Poem Written By Black American Poet Explores Mental Health In The Midst Of Grief

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Many people rationalize mortality by talking about the circle of life.
But if you’ve lost a friend or family member to violence, your grief is agonizing.
Black American poet Aisha Tariqa Abdula Haqq writes movingly about her 16-year-old brother’s murder.
Aisha Tariqa’s poetry illustrates her battle with crippling depression triggered by this devastating event.
To whoever may be struggling: It does get easier. With work, pain transforms into gentle memories. You’ll see.
Click on the link in the description to learn more about Aisha Tariqa Abdul Haqq and her poetry.


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