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Bio: Hello. I am the poet known as "Keyame." I am also a BTR host known as "Knowurenemy." I have been writing poetry for 19 years now. I started writing poetry due to the inspiration of a science teacher. My works are centered around love, politics, relationship issues, thinking outside of the box, an... See Full BioMore Info
Are you a poet or spoken word artist? Do you like poetry that shows you what the poet is really feeling? Why is a poet is inspired to write? What is their story that they want to share with the world? Then check out Deep, dark, n Dirty this Saturday (5/19/2012) @ 11 PM EST
Tune in this Friday (5/4/2012) @ 11 PM EST for>>Dominique Rougeaux<< "Who is she?!" might you ask..... A singer, songwriter, actress, and the next brightest face to hit the music industry. Her songs speak to the heart, erase away all your troubles of yesterday, and will leave you wanting to hear more. Tell your friends, family members, and all those who love great music to join us THIS FRIDAY online @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy OR Call in @ (917)889-3369 and PRESS# 1 to speak to our Featured Guest!!! This is a once in a lifetime event and you don't want to MISS IT!!! "Dominique Rougeaux"
Have you ever been torn between staying with someone that you felt you love an talking to someone knew that seems to peek your interest? Does temptation make us lose value of what things have substance behind it? When is it time to thrown in the towel vs staying with someone you may be losing interest in?
Are you a poet, singer, spoken word artist, or novelist? This event is entitled "Talent Night." If you want to share your works or be interviewed on the show, hit me up at email@example.com. Thank you!
Tune inThursday(4/26/2012) @ 11 pm ESt "Poetry: The Fight Against Injustice" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy or Call in @ (917)889-3369. We've lost Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Sara Baartman, Troy Davis, and Trayvon Martin. All were crimes against black people that didn't do anything wrong, but were executed "just because." When do we stand up for our rights? When do we create a world that helps us survive?
Ask Keyame anything...
Asked by Hellzz Razzor. Answered on Tue Nov 13 2012
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