Tionge Rosalie Johnson : Writing

You Say I'm a Strong Woman

You Say I'm a Strong Woman

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


I was inspired to write this piece for international woman's day. the "strong woman" trope has always been a tricky one for me, so delved into this c..
Oh to Walk the Earth

Oh to Walk the Earth

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


This was in response to all of the shootings towards back men and women that's been going on recently. And, in response to all of the violence in our ..
When I Look in the Mirror

When I Look in the Mirror

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


If you've ever struggled with self image or body dysmorphia such as myself, this poem might comfort you.
The Sailor

The Sailor

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


This poem talks about a point in my ife when uncertainty as a young 23 year old is extremely terrifying. I feel a lot like a sailor in the middle of a..
We are on the Mountaintop

We are on the Mountaintop

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


This piece was written in honor of the 50 lives lost at the fatal Orlando shooting at Pulse nightclub. Tragedies are never easy to face, and through t..
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Suddenly Afraid

Suddenly Afraid

A Story by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


I saw the most beautiful person in the world. A man who watched me drop my niece off at boarding school, just as she..
Woman of the Lower East Side

Woman of the Lower East Side

A Story by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


I wrote this for my senior portfolio, I am very proud of this one since it took me a month to write :). I hope you enjoy!
The White Picket Fence

The White Picket Fence

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


I place a blanket on the grass and apply sunscreen to his back. A picnic basket sits between us. “Nice ..
Touchdown

Touchdown

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


I bet, we have all felt like we wished we were Brain.
Like Father Like Son

Like Father Like Son

A Poem by Tionge Rosalie Johnson


This was inspired by an incident at the beach between a father and a son. I wrote from the perspective of the son. It's more of a spoken word piece, b..

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