Black Poetry : BLACK WOMEN GODDESS

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  1. decipherx1

    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Black women Goddess;
    The manifestation of your womb
    Births Light, as Nut, Birthed Ra in his daily creation.
    You are as Aset rebuilding a nation again,
    That has become dismembered as Ausar,
    As you mount his man hood,
    Birthing forth new Heroes- as Heru,
    Ready to battle those that hinder the progress
    Of the Red, Black, and Green's, rebirth.
    Connecting W/ Hathor and Nut, -both conceptions of the Milky way
    Guiding our way through the darkness of the Duat.
    As they have stolen the Penis of Ausar,
    And have placed it all over the world, to call it their own.
    The Vatican thinks it has conquered it w/ a cross on top...
    Americans call its the Washington Monument now ...smh YEAH RIGHT!
    But we know better than that, w/ the wisdom of Tehuti,
    Using our third eye we see our resurrection
    Within the Red, Black and Green.
    Buried within the Pyramids, (The RED sands)
    We arise in the Kem (BLACK Soil)
    And Feed the nation w/ healthy food to eat(The GREEN Vegetation)
    Side by side, we become one in power Black Man God/Black Women Goddesses,
    Because separately , our electromagnetic pull--
    Is not as strong to manifest powers in the cosmos into our Ba and Ka's;
    So we become unbalanced on the scales of Maat.
    W/ the spear of Nzinga, Yaa asantewaa, and The Mino; (recruited from among the ahosi ("king's wives")
    In Dahomey, YOU can do whatever you set your SA (mind) to and once
    Again take you rightful place upon your Cosmic Nebulous throne:
    And ARISE, like Sirrus calling Hapi to nourish the RBG NATION WORLDWIDE
     
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    This was a powerfully spoken "ode" and tribute to your beliefs! :toast:


    Your prose here is educational and the tone is very uplifting.
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Well I thank you for your comment Cheeryblossom, it really made my day, I enjoy your poetry also, please never stop writing, and hang in there peace.
     
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    In the Spirit and Sankofa and Truth!

    BLACK WOMEN GODDESS





    decipherx1,

    If you are able to read it, keep in mind the words of sister cherryblossom, it is a very educational piece and should be read as such, slowly, in my view. We don't need to miss nothing:)...take your time and preach it, lol


     
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    Peace decipherx:
    What a splendid scribe, I especially
    luved these lines:

    "Side by side, we become one in power
    Black Man God/Black Women Goddesses,
    Because separately, our electromagnetic pull--
    Is not as strong to manifest powers in the
    cosmos into our Ba and Ka's;"


    Speak poet...speak poet....


    Much Luv and Peace,

    ~4EVER
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    this was strong and full of power awesome scribe to the GODDESS
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Your welcome brother.
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Much luv and respect to you also.:)
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    O.K. When I get a chance, peace 2 u.
     
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    Its pieces like these by brothas like yourself that remind me just how wonderful BLAK MAN is :)
    who said blak love is dead
    not I indeed
    MUCH props brotha poet :)
     
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