Black Poetry : Annunaki/Kemet

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  1. torch

    torch Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    "Annunaki/Kemet"

    I am in the past
    I see ships all around me
    Large african men and women
    Pyraminds standing tall like a tree


    There's white looking people hunched over
    It seems like there asking for help
    The goddess african woman touches there heads
    And they start to build cities way in europe

    The large black women and men start to speak to crowds of the hunched over white looking people
    The black men and women in there egyptian headresses looking very smart and civilized
    While the white hunched over looking people chanted and screamed in happiness

    I could smell the beaches, the sand, the beautiful smell of a nubian godess
    Smling at me and at the other kemet black people and white looking people
    I woke up and actually saw on tv a documentarty on the assisination of king tut
    Kemet was my favorite place ever to be at always and forever
     
  2. Ikoro

    Ikoro Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yoh.

    Give thanks for profound write. It invokes a sense of longing and sadness, a head-shaking testimony to the events that have transpired and the pain of having to move on knowing I cannot change the past.

    One.

    ~Ikoro
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    whoa.....very well done
     
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    To feel as if you were back in your rightful place, if only for a second, must have felt like paradise...only to wake up and find the present. Wonderfully written.
     
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