Pocket Size Bio
Rhema “Pocket Size” Lampkins, was born in Colorado Springs on December 27, 1992. She grew up in a Christian home, surrounded by talented members who were always supportive in her endeavors. She later moved to Texas in 2006, around the age of twelve, which became a new starting point for her new life. Rhema first began her exploits of poetry at the age of eight while her confidence was still growing, writing simple poems for her mother’s amusement. As she continued writing it became an escape for her to allow the timidity that she harbored to slowly disappear. At the “sweet” age of sixteen she devoted her life to Christ and it was definitely evident in her poems. Her youth pastor, Nakia Thomas, taught a sermon that inspired her to write a poetic piece called, “Hypocrites”, a poem that spoke of false Christians, who claim they are believers, but their actions speak otherwise. She then was given the opportunity to perform it for the youth ministry. After this performance she felt led by the Spirit to continue her purpose in creating poems. Utilizing her influences like poet, Terrious Janette, and Christian rappers, Christon Gray and Swoope. Because of this, her poems have resonated through her voice full of metaphorical lines and allegorical phrases to transcend her to a new level, and is crafting God’s gift daily. Her most recent performance was at a charity event called, “Mood Swing”, where she performed her latest pieces, “Broken” and “Tomorrow”. She has also performed at several youth services and teen conferences, and will continue to do much more in the future.
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