BlackBoy From A Lith Book Of Tales For Kwakwekokou
- From A Lith Book Of Tales; For Kwakwekokou -
Black boy Kokou
Black boy kwakwekokou Ngiog'i
Your black is beautiful and
Like me, you was never told
'The uniqueness of being Negroid.
Although being black is howbeit beautiful
We are the sole symbolism of everything evil.
Oh they know we are all kin;
Real rude boys from Kingston
Aftermath of too many hours
Showing backs to the smiling sun
Cold shuddering drizzling, pouring wet rain
Working on colonial plantations
And religious households.
We were free men
Taken from the comfort of our huts
To the never ending Frank's ocean.
Many thrown overboard,gift for Poseidon
To steer clear his tempestuous waves.
Forgive us our sins
Oh thee benevolent maker, the son
And the holy spirit.
For what tribulations, crimes, faults
did our black race commit?
To be rejected;
Copyright © Speare Earth Poetry | Year Posted 2020
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