FELICITEE… “To bring light and instant happiness”… sprinkled with a lot of LOVE… was born in Chicago, Illinois. She now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a writer, actress, playwright, motivational speaker, community organizer, humanitarian and advocate against abuse, child rape and domestic violence all of which she is a survivor. She wakes up each and every day to touch or inspire someone’s life. She understands that all smiles do not equate to happiness. She aspires to be the reason that someone didn’t give up, that someone feels loved, that someone feels encouraged. She wants to touch and change lives until the day she is no more. She feels that there is enough darkness in this world; it’s time for people to shed some light, lots of it!
Felicitee founded “The Love Movement” which about Spreading Love, touching Lives, Encouraging, Uplifting and Inspiring Others. The Love Movement also does feedings for the “temporarily displaced,” Homeless is not used because there is power in your words. They also do clothing drives, haircuts and hairstyles, back to school drives as well as partnering with other organizations to make a difference. If you can be the reason that someone smiles, that’s an accomplishment. She endured so much pain in her life that her mission every day she is blessed to see, is to make a difference in the lives of others by spreading love. She started writing at the tender age of 9 years old and has yet to put down her pen. Poetry saved her life “literally.”
Felicitee Love is no stranger to pain, hurt and the many dark places that life can sometimes take you but she made the decision to never let those negative experiences define her nor her future. She writes to be the voice for those who are silent, for those who have no voice or feels that no one understands… She can never be put in a category because her poetry ranges from hallmark to the gutter depending on what she is feeling. She sugar coats nothing! It is what it is! May her work inspire you, uplift you, motivate you, change you for the better or simply be that push that we sometimes need… She is on a mission to change the world! Her motto is: The dash between my date of birth and date of death has to speak volumes when I am no longer here!