Feb. 25, 2016

Black History Month (A Poem)

From De'anna Tha' Doll by Derrick Tucker (author's profile)


Black History Month. (A Poem)

A Black Man

A black man was Nat Turner, Fredrick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X (Little)
They paved the way, for us today. "All Black Mankind."
Keep in mind, we don't have NO!!!! strong black men in the world today.
We have (black boys)trying to live up to someone else's image instead of their own.
What a Shame!
A black man is bold but he can't be sold.
A black man has a demand, on this unrighteous land.
A black man is really kind, and nowadays areal one is hard to find.
A black man wont leave me blue, he will always remain true.
A black man is very brave, he's not someone's slave.

Words by - De'Anna Thai Doll.


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