Poetry that waters the soul
Drops in Black Sand
He said to her over dinner late one evening, “you are a pleasure. A pleasure to look at, a pleasure to listen to, a pleasure to talk to, you are my Sefa.” A pleasure as it is known in Turkish, yet her desires were dark, and subtle like the film genre and Sefa Noir was born.
Raised in the suburbs of Northern New Jersey, Sefa Noir did all the “right” things and followed every societal rule. Moving through life doing the expected, college, career and family, however underneath her responsibilities beat the heart of a passionate poet and a student of black culture and eroticism.
A self-described submissive female in the Dominant/Submissive sub-culture, Sefa Noir has long been a witness and participant in the beauty of strong black love.
In this her first published collection of poetry, Sefa Noir uses verbal and photographic imagery to explore the depths of passion, dedication, submission, dominance, commitment and unrequited black love. Join her in a walk across the black sand.