Black Poetry : A Black Woman's Poem To Her Right Breast

N2urSoul

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Anguished brown
nippled
round
mound

Bound on all sides
by white cloth

You once were
the perfect pointed
star set a'high
across the
sahara
on the right

Now tender
sensitive
carcenoma
tormented

I hope God
and the doctor
see fit
to let me keep you




(c) FINING SO(u)LUTIONS
 
Poignant

and so well done! This one touches the heart of all women ~ as two visible symbols of the female sex; as cherished members of one of our most sensitive erogenous zones, it is so very hard for any of us to conceive of being separated from what provides so much aesthetic beauty, intrinsic pride, erotic gratification, and the nourishment for new life.

Your insights are always on point. Thank you.

a
 
Again

You have gotten into my soul. This poem is piercing, down to the heart of the issue. Thanks for sharing such a sad but beautifully written piece of art.

I once worked with a lady who went through breast removal on two separate ocassions. Her faith in God is what carried her thru. She is such an inspiration to me and other women.

Joyce
 

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