#blackskin

13 posts
  • dosbambi 26w

    Have you ever seen such a beautiful girl?

    ������ don't lie, you haven't!


    #dosbambiwrites #dosbambiinspires #beautifulgirl #nigerianpoet #fiction #girlpower #blackskin #blackgirl

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    Come see the girl that caught my attention
    You need not to look elsewhere
    to look for an art masterpiece
    once your eyes behold this God's masterpiece
    you won't even doubt, God took His time on this masterpiece
    Nowhere in her body lacks behind
    a lot of man has lost it because of her behind
    Her hand once landed on my shoulder
    like an aeroplane landing at the airport
    and my body was electrified like
    the Apostles on the day of Pentecost
    Immediately I saw her, I got numb
    like a man battling with paralysis
    for some minutes, I was lost in my thought
    trying to fathom if an angel came to visit me on earth
    Her legs, her legs are in a class of their own
    they carry her around like everywhere is her own
    she has these beautiful chains on their necks
    that make them step out in styles like royalties
    The beads on her waist sings songs of solomon
    they help her waist makes beautiful silent sounds soothing to the eyes
    All day, everyday the sun does nothing but worships her black skin,
    the moon is always happy to show the world her pretty black skin
    but the flowers can't stand her 'cos they're almost dead with jealousy
    Everywhere she effortlessly gets all eyes on her like...
    ©dosbambi

  • madinah_writes 46w

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A land with calm coloured sky, like a fairy world.
    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place where culture never fades,
    And my brothers still go to war with swords and spares and arrows and bows.
    Where is my Wakanda.
    An African world where my sisters reflect beauty in themselves 
    And their ivory, black skin shines over the golden afternoon sun.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place of giant warriors and mighty Kings.
    They sit side my side, solving a puzzled cases and life tests that takes other continents a million years to settle.
    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place where woman with no hair can be crowned, queen.
    Where fashion isn't seen as a temporary thing.


    Where is my Wakanda?
    A country fully equipped with science and technology, never seen anywhere else.
    A place where tradition and culture is admired.
    Where Peace and unity, like oxygen is acquired.
    A land where men and women are seen as one.
    Equal.
    Person.
    They lead a troop of army at war,
    Yet, feel the heat beat of science and technology.
    A land where foods and fruits are harvested instead of imported.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    An African land with the richest natural blessings...
    Enriched with human, material and natural resources
    A land of honour and culture and discovery.
    A land with the highest amount of man power.
    Where tradition rules like Kings and princes.
    Where culure is recognized, like queens and princesses.
    Everyone have their roles, they feel their tasks in their names and it's unique meanings, they see themselves.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A land with no discrimination, racism or ethnicity.
    A land were electricity last in all seasons till infinity.
    Where boys are marked as men
    Where girls are crowned as women.
    Where maturity and creativity doesn't have to be measured with age or time.
    Where dreams are never interrupted.

    Where is my Wakanda I ask you?
    I ask you listening with a priceless heart.
    Your knowledge brain is twisted in different languages,
    So please, tell me.
    Where shall we fine peace in all these choas?
    I call on you from the east to the west!
    Where are the son's and daughters of the soil?
    From the south to the north of our mother Africa!
    Whoever you are, where ever you live... I ask you,
    Where shall we get that expensive heart of trust to believe.
    When shall our leaders stop being cheap and selling themselves into the slave-trade of politics.
    And fighting for government seat
    like two rats fighting for a price of meat.

    Where is my Wakanda I ask thee?
    Just tell me...

    © Madinah_Writes

    #Africa #blackculture #blackskin #peaceandunity #mirakee #miraquil #writerscimmunity #world #black #pod #Wakanda

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    Where Is My Wakanda?

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A land with calm coloured sky, like a fairy world.
    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place where culture never fades,
    And my brothers still go to war with swords and spares and arrows and bows.
    Where is my Wakanda.
    An African world where my sisters reflect beauty in themselves 
    And their ivory, black skin shines over the golden afternoon sun.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place of giant warriors and mighty Kings.
    They sit side my side, solving a puzzled cases and life tests that takes other continents a million years to settle.
    Where is my Wakanda?
    A place where woman with no hair can be crowned, queen.
    Where fashion isn't seen as a temporary thing.


    Where is my Wakanda?
    A country fully equipped with science and technology, never seen anywhere else.
    A place where tradition and culture is admired.
    Where Peace and unity, like oxygen is acquired.
    A land where men and women are seen as one.
    Equal.
    Person.
    They lead a troop of army at war,
    Yet, feel the heat beat of science and technology.
    A land where foods and fruits are harvested instead of imported.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    An African land with the richest natural blessings...
    Enriched with human, material and natural resources
    A land of honour and culture and discovery.
    A land with the highest amount of man power.
    Where tradition rules like Kings and princes.
    Where culure is recognized, like queens and princesses.
    Everyone have their roles, they feel their tasks in their names and it's unique meanings, they see themselves.

    Where is my Wakanda?
    A land with no discrimination, racism or ethnicity.
    A land were electricity last in all seasons till infinity.
    Where boys are marked as men
    Where girls are crowned as women.
    Where maturity and creativity doesn't have to be measured with age or time.
    Where dreams are never interrupted.

    Where is my Wakanda I ask you?
    I ask you listening with a priceless heart.
    Your knowledge brain is twisted in different languages,
    So please, tell me.
    Where shall we fine peace in all these choas?
    I call on you from the east to the west!
    Where are the son's and daughters of the soil?
    From the south to the north of our mother Africa!
    Whoever you are, where ever you live... I ask you,
    Where shall we get that expensive heart of trust to believe.
    When shall our leaders stop being cheap and selling themselves into the slave-trade of politics.
    And fighting for government seat
    like two rats fighting for a price of meat.

    Where is my Wakanda I ask thee?
    Just tell me...





    ©madinah_writes

  • beast19 95w

    Black

    I think you are so sweet to the extend that chocolates have borrowed your colour
    ©beast19

  • travel_motivation_love 101w

    गौरे रंग से करे तू प्यार,काले रंग से करे परहेज़
    क्यों काले रंग का भेद है?

    We Are Not Same Bro
    हमे आपसे नफरत
    असुविधा के लिए हमें खेद है।

    ©travel_motivation_love

  • rhymezxwrites 102w

    A black live matters

    Yes, we are black and we have a life that matters, 'we don't just matter to occupy space,' we have a matter we should address on the street, in our car, on the plane, in the bus, even on social media.

     let settle down, and talk about this lawsuit you file again us, and why we just have to loose our lives like we don't matter, sometimes we are likely to get to court only to get a death sentence, without a proper justice system that is not bias.

    If you can just shoot to kill for all reasons, then I guess we don't even know how to not die in your approach, and you say he is black, what if he has a weapon.

    I can breathe, yes you can.

    I have a lawsuit against you, if you ARE GUILTY of this crimes i file against you, even if we don't have a day in court, and you just get fired. 

    Well, let me tell you a fact:. ' Words don't have teeth... but they can bite! ' 

                                

    Let live together as numbers, not odd and even.

    @peace

    #blacklivematters
    ©rhymezxwrites

  • passerby_ 134w

    "I think that the point of feminism is that we recognise that men and women are different because; that in fact, is the cause of the oppression of women; but we shouldn't then say that for women to be equal, that they have to approximate maleness.

    No. You have to accept women as they are and take them as equals"


    _ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    (Speech at the women's centre 40)

  • poeticfarmer 141w

    My black skin
    Is hewn from the tree of beauty
    Planted by the command
    Of a gods' heart
    ©poeticfarmer

  • connecting_stories 141w

    They blame her black skin
    For all the darkness in her life.

    ©connecting_stories | Poorvi Garg

  • poet_hands 189w

    Black Skin

    Black skin why are you
    Bleaching away your history

    Black queen why are you
    Bleaching away your beauty

    Black skin why are you
    Not proud of your colour

    Black skin why are you
    Rubbing away the trace of your existence
    Your heritage
    Your power
    Your generation is wrapped into the
    Fabric of your skin

    Black skin you are all-purpose
    Made to fit with the other colours

    Without you the other colours
    Will be too bright
    Are too dull

    Black skin
    Without you to represent
    Then my colour chart
    Has no meaning.
    ©poet_hands

  • unfinished_fairytales 191w

    Unattractive

    Funny?

    It never felt funny to me.
    As all the ones I ever loved
    Seemed to prefer my friends over me.

    A lot of times,
    I tried not to blame my colour for it
    But how many would give my black skin a chance?

    How many would sincerely find me attractive?

    ©unfinished_fairytales

  • shechants 198w

    Oh, powerful Sun
    Illuminated still
    Like a plant, I reach to you
    ‘til I’ve had my fill.

    So, I flower & I fruit
    & make aromatic scents
    with my skin living in perpetual radiance..


    ©shechants

  • purusothaman 203w

    Discrimination

    Skin is always skin and human flesh is always flesh. Why then discrimination between black and white? Like the White is more superior than the Black one. But birth, death and blood is same for everyone. Isn't it?

  • dawor_ 228w

    MASK

    She wore it.
    She had a black skin ,
    and so did.
    She was once glad !
    now, she found nobody.
    She kept it hidden.
    Her whole life passes by
    And she never came to know.
    Hoping for one day,
    The day which will make her smile
    again !

    ©ad