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Peroxide Dreads (Edited To Fit)
dousing your non-kinky hair with peroxide in hopes of forming curly kinks and without manipulation the matted strands finally intertwine except your Peroxide Dreads don’t resemble mind limp and still slightly stringy they fall lifelessly across your back while mind grow thick luxurious and healthy thanks to my Afrikan genetic imprint my crowing glory comes forth naturally Afrikan locs coils as thick as rope remain neat rinsed in the essence of rose water adorned with cowries shells, charms, and beads wrapped in scarves and knits these works of art capture my attention when I walk along city streets while Peroxide Dreads unkempt resembling the intricate patterns found in cobwebs simply pails in comparison this obvious attempt at imitation is truly unflattering. I can not fault you for wanting full bodied kinks more melanin or full and curvaceous lips for if I didn’t posses them I would also be envious Peroxide Dreads I understand your plight wanting to belong desperately trying to fit in rejecting all that you deem as “white” particularly “white privilege” because it isn’t as culturally stimulating because it lacks creativity because it is artificial stealing from Afrikan society since antiquity so you go where the negroes go wear you hair like the negro adorn red/gold/and green or red/black/and green clothing and accessories as if a wrist band is going to allow you to understand what it means to be Black and living in a Eurocentric society so you listen to negro music hip hop reggae jazz when ol’ school beats blare from speakers you display your skills and begin to pop lock and the negroes are supposed to hold their breath be amazed and give you your props you attend every reggae festival with a pipe and a Bob Marley t shirt because to you smoking weed is the only thing that reggae music is about you are free to wear your hair like the negro go where the negro goes but you have the freedom of never being treated like a negro in the face of oppression your lack of melanin becomes a benefit you are free to cut off your Peroxide Dreads and forego your collection of Marley tees and then you can easily be ushered back into mainstream society you can just continue to listen to that negro music on the sly besides if you ever change your mind you can always adorn your disguise and reach for that bottle of Peroxide
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