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Mecca-Amirah Jackson

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My Self-Published Books

inflorescence

“when i imagined you, i made you taller, broader, louder. i made you with wings, with hair to your waist, breasts round and soft. i made you me. i made you greater. i lost faith in your ability to please me, so instead i dreamed of me. —i dreamed of me

inflorescence is a poetry collection divided into six parts: seedling, blossom, drought, pruning, flourish, and rebirth.

It is the process of flowering. the process of becoming more.”

It is a collection of poems, a timeline from my childhood to now. It is honest, it is raw, and it is my life in verses and rhyme.

night-bloomer

“it’s the night-bloomers that shine so brightly against the backdrop of black and swaths of mystique. wound with layers of sensuality and dark passions, it’s the ones who tempt the boundaries of blasphemy in exchange of one pure, unadulterated breath, that stain the earth with desolation and broken olive branches.”

night-bloomer is a dark and lush poetry collection divided into seven chapters: new moon, crescent, waxing gibbous, full moon, wolf moon, waning, and full cycle. each poem bursting with vivid language and raw and honest emotions, Mecca-Amirah’s latest installment explores topics like relationships, betrayal, depression, and self-love.

Daydreamer

With Mecca-Amirah’s latest poetry collection Daydreamer, she invites her readers along on her journey to find clarity. Annotated by the ‘Daydreamer’, each of the seven chapters: Whimsy, Stargazer, Euphoria, Lost, Part II, Found, and Clarity are dedicated to the steps on how to reach self-fulfillment. A blend of raw honesty and fierce vulnerability, Mecca-Amirah demonstrates her growth as a writer with her visceral third project.

Weightless

Can we escape our fate? Or is destiny spun by a thread of three? Mecca-Amirah questions whether we can reshape our fate with her latest poetry collection Weightless. Centering her focus on the four elements: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, Jackson leaves her readers breathless with her exhilarating new project.

Ascend

A book of hurting and healing, Mecca-Amirah returns with Ascend, the follow-up project to Weightless. Jackson continues her path to redemption as she explores topics like accountability and maturity. Ascend is a cathartic experience of facing your demons with visceral prose and unembellished poetry. Join Mecca-Amirah on her path to redemption…

The Complete Collection

Jackson began her path to redemption with Weightless as she sought answers to reshape her destiny. Her efforts led her to Ascend, where the cathartic experience brought growing pains and challenges. The journey was filled with self-discovery and reconciliation but she did not falter–she flourished. Follow along with Mecca-Amirah’s experiences with Weightless: The Complete Collection.

Recent Posts

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New Plant Alert! My day got insanely better when I walked into Trader Joe’s the other day and saw that they were selling ZZ plants. My eyes were immediately drawn to this leafy friends green leaves and the woven casing covering the pot. The plant was pretty cheap – about $9.99 (I lost the receipt […] […]

Hunt Review

Hunt(North#3) Alexandria Warwick Other Reviews I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.  *Some spoilers ahead* We are in the third book of this series, and each book becomes better and harder to put down. Book 1 was about Apaay’s tenacity; as the main character, you cannot help but admire […]

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