Black Poetry : De’ Slave Master Woman and De' Black Woman

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  1. ASHANTA

    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Oh de’ slave master woman, walk up and down de’ road
    Forbidden to look in her present, shot and took to the wooded house to be killed are sold, oh de’ master woman, sit on the front of her house, eyes a winking when de’ master not home, I’se son of a slave, de’ protection of his Lilly white women, his pride and joy, oh what a bitter taste I de’ man to watch my woman raped and displayed, de’ tears upon de’ eyes give a sadden thought, de’ white master women his glory and fame.
    Oh de’ little white children with the hooded mask, and de’ big men on the slavery horse.

    The lynch men teach de’ little boy hang de’ NIG**** you are better than he.
    Oh but the fury of fire, to watch the master glorifies his family, oh de’ tears upon de’ eyes am I less than a man, who cannot protect de’ family prize.
    And de’ master whore in the back shed for slavery love, oh she lay in the hay
    Frighten of her husband she called rape, punishment to the black love, white women a diamond and black blood a life sentence, oh de’ jungle fever she open with pleasure, de’ black thighs is the master who bastard children hidden in the name of black love.

    Oh de time will change for the jungle fever, my woman will be the jewel of my prize, I cry to the lord, that one day my family shall be my jewel as the master pride, for the slave master daughter shall be the one who serve my black pride. Oh de black woman the leader of her family roots.
    The glory of de’ white master, to leave the thought de master is greater than her man.To breed de’ black babies from de black tribe, shall write de history, strength in black pride. When I break de' chain I shall love my black women with every breath, I shall treat her as the history she is, oh de black woman harriet tubman lead me to the freedom train, my black ebony shall be the national of blackness. But unto man who look down upon de Queen shall his eye be plucked out as he stand, I shall treat my black woman, better than the de slave master treat his family tree.​
     
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    caramelpython Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    :picture: Nice ability to lay out the scene poet...... :toast:
     
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    great vision of de master / black woman slave
    ya pen speaking historical maze ......just blazing
    say it , say it , say it .......tyte drop to perfection.
     
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    Your words portray that feeling of the way it must have been, so gritty and matter of factly, but along with that, there was this ray of hope. Flow on sista.
     
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    This is a very powerful peace. Loved it.
     
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    In this peace of work the message I delay, that through hell come fire, though strength can loyality to family, I delay this message to my brothers and sisters to love the culture and tradition it will give us power, through love and respect our foundation will become strong, to break the chains that seperate us as people, to continue to promote unity in every stroke of the pen, together we stand divided we fall, what God put together let no man take under, we are one, master poets and the warriors of God, we must promote the creator, mercy, kindness, forgiveness, is the light to God house.
     
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