Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by TotalView, Mar 25, 2014.
My Sistah…of the written word realm
For your generosity and selflessness
And concern for my happiness
And…bless your efforts to uplift me
Through your written word ministry
Ensuring that I not be alone
…not feel alone
That I might stand on my own
Let us crack that government seal
Not on Jack but let the champagne spill
…its bubbly tickling the ugly out of our musings
Let us never be found…abusing
The gifts of love granted us
Allowing us to trade barbs like this
Forever ending with the kissssss
Thank you, My Sistah
Thank you for comforting me
with your lovely wordology
brother of the written word ministry
I Sang a Song (Black Woman)
will live on in my heart forever
uplifting me when I feel down.
You are truly a treasure, my dear friend.
Thank you, James.
Your support of me
is incredibly uplifting
and helps me forge forward
even when I don't think
I have the energy, desire
or talent to do so.
The juxtaposition of hearts is the stock and trade of a poet. You, dear poet, exemplify that fact. Your words speak volumes.
Thank you kindly, Poet!
I needed this the words of great hearted love....my sister my sister thank you dearly
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