Trinity Jones: The Queen of The Ghetto

Trinity Jones: The Queen of The Ghetto

A Fictional Poetic Memoir

Tiffanya Richardson


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In a world where everyone seems to be chasing a dream, we find our main character, Queen Trinity violently sprinting trying to escape her past. For Queen, her very existence has turned into a never-ending nightmare. Passionate and hopelessly creative, this lost poem from Oakland California finds comfort in expression through the art of written word. On the surface she appears to be a confident Queen despite a few wrong turns, but her story lies beneath the surface. No matter how hard she tries, she can’t seem to manifest the dreams that she often plagued by. Her faith in Jesus provides her with wings and guidelines she needs to fly, but will she have the courage to live boldly enough to stop dreaming, and actually take flight?


Tiffanya Richardson:

Tiffanya Richardson is an Oakland Native, who has a love for the arts and her community. Her late father, named  her after Fania Davis. She credits her creativity and love for writing to him.  She received her bachelor’s in Social Work in 2014.  She is the organizer of L.I.T. A ministry group that stands for Leading Intentional Transformation.  She combined her love for people, community, and their stories, with her pain, faith, and process to tell the story of a Queen in an unlikely place.