Tag: Black Poetry
Sweet as honey, wrapped in soul, wisdom and truth. A Black butterfly, with nothing to prove. Words shine light on her heart’s deepest cries. She’s a blank canvas. Masterpiece in quiet.
Because I’m Black My life has no value My melanin rich skin you can’t handle So you put yourself up on a pedestal Make my God white as snow Eyes like the bright blue sky Where does the truth lie? Because I’m Black You say that beauty is not within me My curves, my kinks, […]