Feb. 11, 2019

Black Woman B.H.M.

by Michael Cropps (author's profile)

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BLACK WOMAN
B.H.M.

Regret the day that I miss you
My whole world came true
The day that I kissed you
Why oh why do I miss you
Wrong you did me
But I miss you
I'm not perfect
But never, never dissed you
Regret the thought
Wanting to kiss you
Regret the day that I miss you
Played you what I shouldda done
But princess is what I treat you
Till ring and hand
Could you 'magine that
Regret the day that I miss you
Pity myself
I should of hit you
But I was raised by woman
So blissful
My seed I want
Could you carry that
Regret the day that I miss you
She was light skin
But so jet black
Why oh why do I miss you
You've been gone so long
But I still miss you
She was like mocha
Yes, mahogany
She had good, good hair
Yes, so kinky
I love it when you press and curl
A little pedicure
Regret the day that I miss you
She like intoxication
Like grape wine
She was so, so red
Like cherry wood
Chocolate complexion
Such a perfection
Like coarse hair
Who in world like you
Look so good
As Fashion Dred
Plat, twist, or kinky curl
Hair in weap
Comb it round
And round
Like beehive
Or a nappy ponytail
Regret the day that I miss you
Oh how it hurts to reminisce
So, so lonely

P.S. Baby, I'll be home soon. I'm halfway through this time. I did half of this tick without you, by myself. Now, look, baby, can you ride the rest of this time out with me? I need you, baby. I need you.

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