Black Poetry : Beauty and the Black Girl

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Inque, Jan 5, 2006.

  1. Inque

    Inque Active Member MEMBER

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    My legs are too long
    And my lips are too full
    And my nose is too flat

    But I am beautiful

    And my cheeks are too high
    For Aryan pride
    And my hips sway too much
    From side to side
    They’re too wide

    But I am beautiful

    I’m too round in the back
    And too curved in the front
    And my hair is too kinked
    And too curled
    And too napped
    And my skin **** sure is too sun snatched

    But I’m all that and flyy
    And God knows why

    Because he made us
    Beautiful
     
  2. IfUComeSoftly

    IfUComeSoftly Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    we all are phenomenal.. ain't we.. beautiful sister...
     
  3. nevar

    nevar Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    i agree with ifucomesoftly this is beautiful flow on poet.:kiss1:
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    tyte write ................i like
     
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    I though I replied to this
    We are all beautiful in our own way
    Much Love Poet we make us
    Not society
     
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