Vivian Moore's Writings
This is not a eulogy, but a biographical accountancy of a life that’s very much still in progress. How, you may ask did this person contribute to Black History? Are they archived in any of the history books, are they well known, what did they invent? Perhaps not in the worlds conventional definition of the word, would it qualify them, however, they are...
Les Petite Morte' Your profound words are too much for my ears to bear As I listen to each and every sensious phrase that your lips impart The frenetic cadence of my heart drowns out all intelligence As I allow the tone of the moment to overtake me The urgency of my desire overrules all rational thought As your touch excites me The rhythmical tempo of our bodies...
How long my love shall I wait for your affection? How long my love shall I count the days until we meet? Till my heart no longer beats to the rhythm of my sorrow? How long my love will I long for your touch? Remembering the smell of your manliness As I mourn love unrequited
I toast life and taste it's goodness.”
—This quote is from my poem Redemption
Vivian Moore has been writing for more than fourteen years. She resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with her four children, four grandchildren, and extended family. This is her first published novel.
Causes Vivian Moore Supports
Vivian’s Favorite Books
The King James Bible,A Raisin in the Sun,Count of Monte Cristo,Beloved,Shanna,The Three Musketeers