Black African American Abc Poems

These Black African American Abc poems are examples of poetry about Black African American Abc. These are the best examples of Abc Black African American poems written by international poets.


Igbere by Kelchi Eke
I long for you, Igbere.
My soul cries out for you.
All the time; everywhere.
Only for you.
My mother; 
There is no other.

For many moons and many nights,...

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Categories: africa, appreciation, beautiful, black

My Soulmate by tamica thompson
I need me some Dutch chocolate in my life.
That Tyrese chocolate.
I'm talking that coffee black.
Once you had it like that.
Ain't no coming back.
White teeth shining.
As...

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Categories: angel, best friend, black



I AM BLACK MARIO BALOTELI by ANIEMEKA NATHANIEL
I  black like my mother cooking pot,
Beautiful  like her tender heart.

Am the same like you, 
No difference between us, lovers of animals,
Smarter than...

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Categories: beautiful, black african american,

On My Way Home by tamica thompson
On a journey to find my way home.
With God, I have found 
that I'm never alone.
On my way home.
Searching for the pieces 
to mend the...

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Categories: angel, birth, black african

Distorted by Fungayi Elias Ndhlovu
Fake hair,
The profound cancer
Of beauty without brains
To African people,
Hair that is not washed
With water!

Give me that kinky
Raw rare African woman,
Hair bathed with honey,
That's what I...

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Categories: black african american,

Nubian Queen by David Bates
I know a woman whom resembles a Queen 
Her eloquent features inspire me 
A mellow song she sings with her voice 
And radiant eyes to...

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Categories: black african american, i

Bullets and Bars by Anthony Ozenne
 Bullets and Bars

There goes another one
Shot or put behind bars
Put behind bars with battle scars 
Scars from protests
Ones from which whites try to contest
These...

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Categories: america, anger, black african

Sadness by Rory Christy
Sadness
Ignorance is bliss so I hear, sadness fills the room mixed with fear, my time here is shallow, from the sickened words they hear, I...

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Categories: black african american, depression,

If i can give back by Marzellia Blue
Poem: If I could give back

I give back this slave name that these white masters gave us~I give back all the beatings that our ancestors...

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Categories: africa, anger, beauty, black

beauty of the cradle by agbor junior
She chuckles like the sun and strikes into every soul like an arrow
 She Glitters like the black stones of the cradle land
No man resists...

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Categories: africa, beauty, black african

Suppose to be the ship of dreams by Julie Mckoon
I can still smell the fresh paint from walking on to the ship. So as I walk on the ship, through the halls, it was...

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Categories: abuse, anti bullying, betrayal,

We The Colored by Noah Ploderer
My skin is in error.
Now I am clothed in revile and terror.
Flesh was stitched to my hands to feel, to touch.
However, the snares of men...

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Categories: abuse, black african american,

Dance, Dance by gerry sikazwe
                       
Shaking trees,...

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Categories: art, black african american,

My Baby by Yuhi Musinga
With a heart from which noble sentiments sprang
like sparks from an anvil.
With a smile flashed over her face, 
like sunshine over a flower.
With a ...

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Categories: anxiety, autumn, beautiful, beauty,

Precious Time by tamica thompson
Time is precious. 
Time is irreplaceable.
In this moment in time
there is a moment that's favorable.
Time ticks, never stops.
From day to night
as the sun drops.
As memories...

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Categories: absence, age, america, black

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Categories: anxiety, betrayal, bible, black

Self Respect Where Did It Go by tamica thompson
Self respect. Where did it go?
This generation just don't know.
Like the present of a past known all too well.
"So many dying, in the air the...

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Categories: betrayal, black african american,

Bus By Dr Tharius Jezus Heaven by Charles Hunter
You can not force me to sit at the back of the bus!
I was born after the 1960's Civil Rights Movement.
My grandfather barreled through the...

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Categories: birth, black african american,

LOST CHILD IN MY OWN HOME by hudhaifah siyad
In her home I suffer,
Rationed food and rationed wood,
Bread slices and rationed butter,
Scorns and all the words they utter,
Are some deepest of secrets you won't...

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Categories: betrayal, black african american,

Living Black History by Janeen Thompson
I'm not sure this is the dream Martin had 
Yet we have moved from the nightmare of what he endured 
We still have a ways...

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Categories: america, black african american,