When it comes to love and heartbreak, writing comes naturally as you would use this as a time to let out all of your feelings – only to the pad and paper. One thing I learned from other writers was that a piece does not have a finite point of where to end. To not limit yourself or your words just for the sake of a specified length. One’s emotions are infinite and I feel as when it comes to discussing these experiences, you need to ensure that the message is conveyed properly.

     This next artist, Tre Sensei, is a newcomer R&B singer from Orlando that has released several projects across streaming services. I first learned of his music on Tik Tok and began to listen to his discography. He recently released this track, Waste My Time, that I can definitely relate to in terms of previous relationships. I instantly was captivated to write something to this song. 

Waste My Time (inspired by the song of the same name)


If your love was all I had 

Just in that why’d you waste it

You stuck on the idea

And you were out here being complacent

Just wanted to be right next to me

Ain’t no time to be adjacent 

I want someone in it for the long run

And more than having my mind racing 


Let us be each other’s sensei

Let’s teach each other some things

Let’s learn from one another

And see what happiness it brings


I want something natural

No challenge too great to handle

No trying to boast or ramble 

Love is here to be gambled

So I don’t want a sample

I want something that’s ample



Reggie Johnson (he/him) reigns from Cincinnati, Ohio. At the age of 9, he found a love for writing while on summer vacation. His rhythmic style of writing tells his personal story.

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