This poem explores the interpersonal and intrapersonal dialogue of someone being harassed on the street.
Natalie Henry is an African-American poet, writer and author of her award-winning memoir, “It was Me and You." Her sole drive as a writer focuses on unpacking the memories of her life, the standards of society and her imagination of what could there be in this world. From the young age of 7, Henry has been a self writer, loving writing for the true feeling of it. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Henry unpacks her niche in writing as a high school girl. She continues to explore various styles and genres as her love for writing grows infinitely.
A dialogue between Natalie and Danielle in response to a portion of an open letter to girls, written by Danielle, sharing her insight on becoming a woman. Natalie read the letter and had some questions.
Subconscious writes a letter to assure Natalie of the doubts she has about her self-worth.