Black Poetry : queens

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  1. consciounsubian

    consciounsubian New Member MEMBER

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    sometimes i hear voices
    that sound like a combination of wind blowing and
    storm souds engulfing souls
    of planetary beings
    humans
    goddesses
    who refuse to pass on
    until we have become
    who we need to be
    and have done
    what we need to do
    still listening to high pitches
    of who
    bigot countrymen
    call *******
    snitches
    and ovary lickers
    feminists
    that have attempted
    to rid themselves
    of this messaginistic
    bull called society
    caused by these illusions of equality
    laws designed to blind the eyes of those we call gods
    kings
    w/ infedelity
    or with prophets
    that don't do much but profit
    from their paritioners
    practitioners
    of specified lies
    built mostly to divide
    communities
    or use transliterations as a way
    to the obilteration
    of the back bones of African nations
    it's evolutions plus creation
    that's our existence
    the history of women's resistence
    'cause the back bones be us
    women
    mothers
    queens
    omniscient superior beings
    contrary to cartesian dichotomies
    we study what aspects of the Euphrates river
    innately flow deep
    inside bodies
    as the foundations of humanity
    we need to be listening to the sounds of wind blowing
    hearing voices
    that have fought for choices and women's rights
    instead of lettin' men throw dollars
    for skillfully **** stroken'
    sperm choking
    and consistent leg openin'
    we need to grab our wombs
    and regulate
    and stop accepting the
    75 cents on a dollar
    ejaculates
    of inequality
    disparity and double standards
    'cause there ain't gonna be no
    population pyramids
    if we ain't producing babies
    manifesting nations
    and states
    generation after generation
    'cause men don't alone breathe life
    it's more than our gift
    it's our right
    freedom of choice
    not only can we have
    verve
    but a voice
    like the ones i hear in my head
    yelling for parity
    fairness
    and equal opportunity
    egalitarian societies
    and reminding me that this fight
    will never die
    as long s we strive for
    equality
     
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    :wave: Haaaaaaaaaaaay consciounsubian :wave:

    ~ Welcome ~ Welcome ~ Welcome ~

    WoW! Beautiful Work! Thank you for sharing it here. Thank you for joining us. I read your "African Grey" in another thread! WoW Again! :) It really does deserve its own thread! It's own love! Please do consider posting it again, as it might get missed hidden in that thread.

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    welcome welcome welcome !!!

    beautiful vibe as i welcome u within
    upon family & friendz
    welcome to DESTEE poetic playground
    feelin ya scribe deep inside welcome

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