Black Poetry : I Isis rah 13 listen as I speak

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by ASHANTA, Jan 29, 2003.

  1. ASHANTA

    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Country:
    United States
    Joined:
    Jan 15, 2003
    Messages:
    1,859
    Likes Received:
    69
    Location:
    Brooklyn N. Y.
    Ratings:
    +70
    I Isis rah 13 listen as I speak
    By Jacqueline Amos



    Isis rah Goddess of the universe
    Queen of the heavens,
    The lifeline, of my family tree.
    We are joined together in life.
    You are the lifeline, man.
    I am the incubator, which I breed.
    Your seed, and you are I.

    The Mother the (Sun) Son,
    God of the Heaven’s number one,
    I am just a tool.
    I am the mother of the universe.
    Queen of the Heavens. The (son), he is the King.
    Of the earth. Sons of the heaven.

    We the me, don’t get to choose.
    How we shall die, know your rightful place.
    I queen, shall leave this message.
    I will become your history,
    Once you have passed on, Listen as I speak.
    We have no claims, upon this earth,
    only how we live, fear not man.
    Fear the universe, I am the link,
    between the heavens, and earth.

    Isis rah 13, 1+3=4, The foundation of peace,
    recognize women, She is the link between,
    God’s heaven, the tool which God has blessed,
    I am just the message, hear me as I speak.

    Beware of man, who tramples creations,
    with sounds of roars, with no truth,
    the battle crys as the spirits represent, don’t’ turn your back on truth.

    Battle cry’s belligerency ,
    will not be erasing,
    Freedom the spirits cry,
    Ancient spirits, awakes,
    to reclaim there rightful place.
    They will no longer rest,
    disgrace to there names,
    by many who have no claim. I

    Isis rah used by the cowardly,
    conformity, to erase the history of my turf.
    I universal women, will never be removed.
    I am the eyes that man will see,
    the footsteps which he will lead,
    the laughter, when there tears,
    I breathe, when it is too hard to breathe
    Beware my son’s of those, who come in my name,
    Never judge the temple, by its name,
    Humble your self, the devil will tell on his self,
    The queen walk with honor,
    Never play with trash, it will get in your eyes.

    A women, who has no respect,
    for her temple, step back my son,
    she will only confuse,
    your great intentions, beware of those,
    who come in my name.
    Confusions come,
    when the temple is shamed,
    a queen walks with honor,
    and respects her crown.

    My son the womb is the temple,
    and the penis is the lifeline,
    I speak of the lifeline,
    I speak of the universe,
    it is clean without shame,
    Only when is used,
    to bring forth shame, as Adam an eve,
    we live the same sin.


    I the mother of the Universe.
    My (sun) Son teaches the boy,
    as an individual, the girl,
    and nations, of many tribes.
    The devil will come in many colors,
    and faces, to steal your rightful place.
    The penalty of man,
    I am you and you are I,
    The shackles will no more claim,
    upon God’s land.
    The penalties demanding the right,
    of God’s chosen, you will never enjoy.


    Imbibing of spoken words, Derisions,
    scorns, of the holy grounds.
    The symbols of emblems,
    that set before devil as he steals,
    from the Universe.
    The battle with good and evil,
    the ancient has return to claim,
    their rightful place. Open lynching
    of the spoken words of truth,
    fear not man fear God.



    Copywriter 2002 Jacqueline Amos

    Dedicated to:
    One God, One Peace, One Love:heart:
     
  2. msluciousb

    msluciousb Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Joined:
    Sep 10, 2001
    Messages:
    2,696
    Likes Received:
    5
    Occupation:
    Self Employed, Business Consultant
    Location:
    Kansas City, Missouri
    Ratings:
    +6
    uh? I have become a great fan of yours but the metaphors may lose the readers understanding. Then the message is lost. It is however a poem for the intellecual thinker. Not to say that all will understand and none will feel ambiguous. But, it is full of symbolisms which can be considered somewhat blasphemous and we don't want to confuse the reader. I say this in sisterly love because I respect the creator and can only speak the truth if I speak it at all!

    Blessings On Ya house!
     
  3. ASHANTA

    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Country:
    United States
    Joined:
    Jan 15, 2003
    Messages:
    1,859
    Likes Received:
    69
    Location:
    Brooklyn N. Y.
    Ratings:
    +70
    Thank you my sister for your comments, I am trying to find out where one would relate this poem to blasphemous, we are women of the universe and man is the life line, and we must be careful ,who and what represents, the image of woman as well as man. Many men as well, as women group all in one catogory. This is what divides us as a people and a culture. There is no hidden agenda's in this poem. It is fact and truth. Many hide behind close doors, in how they would like things to be, and not what it is . I take your comments with respect. Truth will never be hidden in any thing that I write. One must lead self when truth is spoken, A man that will stand still for anything, will stand for everything. I find that the brothers and sisters in this community are very wise, and there direction is standing on solid foundations. We all have our personel views on life. I make it a habit not to assume what people might think, but deal with concepts of what is, and not what I think it should be.
    On my last poem that you commented on about the father and son. I am a female not a brother (smile) again thank you for your comment ''respect''
     
  4. Blkthunder

    Blkthunder Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Joined:
    Oct 24, 2002
    Messages:
    363
    Likes Received:
    5
    Location:
    With the thunder gods
    Ratings:
    +6
    The well you draw from is deep....
     
  5. lpoet

    lpoet Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Joined:
    Feb 18, 2002
    Messages:
    535
    Likes Received:
    1
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Indianapolis
    Ratings:
    +1
    i've read a few of your poems.....
    this would be my fav.

    one problam

    why so many at one time

    i hate when people do that
    no disrespect to you but i think it kinda
    takes over the board

    besides i bet if you posted them seperatly
    that you would get a lot more replies

    just my 2 cents

    great post though
     
  6. GQ

    GQ Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Joined:
    Mar 17, 2001
    Messages:
    2,220
    Likes Received:
    3
    Occupation:
    United States Air Force
    Location:
    South Jersey
    Ratings:
    +3
    Ashanta,

    This is a good read!!! Thanks for sharing....

    :peace:
    GQ
     
  7. msluciousb

    msluciousb Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Joined:
    Sep 10, 2001
    Messages:
    2,696
    Likes Received:
    5
    Occupation:
    Self Employed, Business Consultant
    Location:
    Kansas City, Missouri
    Ratings:
    +6
    No disrespect intended?

    As I meant no disrespect I know disrespect is not taken, I find you to be a wise and learned person, if I question your personifications, deities or symbolisims it is in order to also gain knowledge for one self , that is how it is meant I am sure that you as we have all come with a purpose to teach and share and not confuse. I come to learn all things examine all things, question all things so that I may know more things.
    As your name is very obvious in you title and ending I knew you were sista, Peace my Sister, I knew you were not a male but I spoke to the male charachter who was central in your poem as it was he who evoked my spirit to speak on it.


    Blessings On Ya House!
     
Loading...
Similar Threads - Isis listen speak
  1. AACOOLDRE
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    89
  2. AACOOLDRE
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    128
  3. AACOOLDRE
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    87
  4. AACOOLDRE
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    70
  5. AACOOLDRE
    Replies:
    2
    Views:
    94