Cindy Samantha Christmas (born 27 February 1985) is a Barbadian Author, Illustrator & Poet. Cindy is motly known for her poetry. Born Saint Michael, Barbados. Cindy was raised by her Dominican grandmother MariAnne Christmas, but around January 1998, Cindy moved to the United States with her mother, who lived in Maryland. Cindy began to write at age thirteen as a way of expressing her feelings, because she was very shy.Cindy's last name Christmas was originated from Dominica. Cindy's mother Carol Christmas named her after her favorite singer Cyndi Lauper. At eighteen years old, Cindy decided to write a poem as a joke and send it to an online company, but to her surprise the company liked her poem and wanted her permission to publish her poem into their book.That inspired Cindy to publish her first book Adult Poems(2003). The poems are based on personal experiences, but The Best Poems Ever brought her international recognition. Cindy has written over 16 books, 4 children's books, 3 novels, and 9 poetry books. Cindy's books center on topics such as: racism, religion, relationships and sex. Cindy has a daughter named, Cristal Nicole Christmas. Born July 28, 2004 at Washington Hospital. Cindy updated the cover design of her books, because she was not satisfied with the first cover designs. Updating the covers also boost the sales of her books.
It was not a demigod, elephantiasis of a beast, snakes sitting on head. A catastrophic tree view.I was proud of being alive during carpet-bombing. A catnip was needed to clear the vision. The town was moving out shedding its landmarks.
We have many levels of beautiful Some are clear and visible, We may touch an adorableness, Skins depth though questionable of beauty. Imagine all the colours see the silhouette, Lustrous smooth and adorable, Blush fullness of the lips, Yet still
Did you hear the one about the girls who went to get the Chinese ideogram for ‘friendship’ tattooed on their arms and instead came away with the ideogram ‘unclean?’ There is an inherent danger in having your body indelibly embossed
If only we were bones We wouldn’t throw so many stones Separated by this skin We seem to forget we’re all human Brother killing brother All for their flesh’s color Inequality uncontrolled Because of the lies we’ve all been told