Black Diamonds And Dust The shinning roots from the Egyptians land, Gold and Rubies from the accentors treasures trust; The tarnish has broken in the palace of shrines; The intruders who have forsaken the empress sacred trust. But yet the dust has invaded the solemn house, Sucked through the dungeons to steal the heritage of empress; ordained By the Almighty himself, oh what a bitter taste of brim Black Women the life line to the palace of actuary. Oh black diamond the satin stroll and the temple of most sacred Looms, the tunnel that creates the infinity of Queens, and the Palace separates the Black Diamond from the dust. Thy King sits before the solid Gold and the Black Jesus Who waits for the Black Diamonds to come home, Centuries the salami awaits, the creation of the ebony Legacy of grace;Beware of the dust to be but coffins of they’re own; dust-to-dust Ashes to ashes, diamond to diamond, dust to retributions. We'll dive no more for dust; the hope to see Thy sacred deliquesce of mortality shall welcome storms; Water and fire both elements separates the diamond from the dust. To understand the greatness of our loss; Microspores branches to enclose her beauty; Her words of wisdom, her blackness of warrior, Mental accomplishments, her loyalties of blackness, The currier, the mother, the follower of her brother, Her spiritual loyalty to her Almighty God, the father, Her wisdom of Jesus, forsaken the slave keeper, Her education of the weaker, humble her Godly teacher, The torch of integrity, her liberty against all odds To defeat her, but yet she stand Tall under all odds; Egyptian Nightingale, sweet invocate of a black diamonded, In the mist of the singing psalms, invited me into the house of Black Diamond; oh the treasures of thy wife, the diamond of my chose Forsaken the dust that clowns the image of my Black Diamond, Egyptian Palace of jewels the mark of my hopes and trust.