Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Keita Kenyatta, Apr 25, 2004.
man this was on the moneyyyyyyyyyyyy
tyte drop i felt every bit of it and know
this all so well flow on
Sometimes we are just compelled to write. Yes, I think we as a people tend to lash out at each other more, in general. All you can do is what you think is correct, despite the nay sayers which there will always be. Although, we won't agree on everything, and of course we shouldn't, hopefully positive feedback outweighs the negative. Not sure if this was based on something that happened, or if you are just speaking in general terms.
ty dear brother for posting this flow
your poems will help us to grow
to remind us that each breath taken
is the air we fought for
and not to sell ourselves short
Who said I was to black??...wasn't me for I am an "ORIGINAL" black...and therefore I am only knowledgeable in...breathing, eating, thinking,learning growing and :luvv: ing black...
Who said I was to black??...wasn't me for I came directly from a KING and QUEEN of darkness, where there (by the way) was darkness FIRST and I came out crying from a dark place...
Who said I was to black??... wasn't me for I know it was my black forefathers who built empires and the pyrimids that can't and haven't been dulipcated by europeans throughtout the universe, who paved the roads that we now stand upon.
No, ...wasn't me for I am an "ORIGINAL" true black queen of queens.
this is a wonderful poem...thanks for sharing
your work is always so insightful
thought provoking piece...
I know what you're saying
when one takes a stand
and chooses not to jump
on the bandwagon...
suddenly your a threat
or looked upon negatively...
never to black...never that
feeling your work
I agree with this, it surely do begin "within"
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