By Jamari Jordan The victor returns home from his travels Yet, things just aren’t the same as it once was Activities which were once joyous, now just bore Memories which left one full, now have left a hungering for … Continue Reading Homecoming
By Jamari Jordan I seem to want what I can’t have Need what will only kill me Crave what is bad for me Love what will never feel the same I may not be your original, but can I be … Continue Reading Forbidden Fruit
By Jamari Jordan Memories begin to rush in my head Like the crystal clear waves on the soft, sandy shore The days of our past better than our present Please don’t make me go back to the future Before the … Continue Reading Nostalgia
By Jamari Jordan It’s a joyous occasion A time to enjoy one’s present and future But I can’t stop but … Continue Reading Celebrate (Survivor’s Remorse)
By Jamari Jordan It comes in point in life when you forget everything you ever knew Then you meet the one, and they help discover a new you
By Jamari Jordan This past weekend, I helped guide 20+ accepted African American males around the University of Georgia … Continue Reading Dream On.
By Jamari Jordan Hypnotized doesn’t even begin to describe how you got me Bad, can’t even explain how you can be
By Jamari Jordan Who wants permanent when temporary is just as good I won’t mess up what’s right, I mean who would
By Jamari Jordan I want that reckless, painful love I want that love that’s so painful that I’m not proud of I want that love that burns everything in its path I want that love that’s cruel and full of wrath … Continue Reading Painful Love
By Jamari Jordan To whom it may concern, It was July 15, 2011 when I took my first trip into Athens. The University of Georgia had been my dream school since I was five years old watching the Dawgs play … Continue Reading Letter from the EPs Desk: The Status of Black Life at UGA
By Jamari Jordan When I started planning for this documentary this summer, my goal was simply to impact the black … Continue Reading Oh, to be Young, Gifted, and Black: BUGA Under the Lens
I don’t want to delve into the logistics of the Mike Brown case, or unfortunately the many others that are … Continue Reading Oh, to be Young, Gifted, and Black
I don’t have regrets in life, it’s dumb But if I had just one, This something I refuse to say … Continue Reading Shine Bright
Aug 2012: I’m running late to my first class of the day. Before you judge me, it’s an 8am Political … Continue Reading I Don’t Want Sympathy, but Empathy (2.67%)
The greatest thing I’ve ever done in my life is become a Dawg. I remember my first visit when I … Continue Reading Open Letter- What Happened to my Deferred Dream?
I always question why one cheats So immature and childish, the lies and deceits I find myself in a prison, … Continue Reading Karma