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Black African American Alliteration Poems

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


Charming Brown
Charming brown it's the smell of a cocoa, 
the brown suit , the caramel perfume,
pouring of a caramel on a brown tea that the
brown shoes...

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Categories: africa, appreciation, beautiful, bible,



HE BANNED CHAIRS
HE BANNED CHAIRS

Looks like we will sit on the floor.
There is a new leader		      with a big boat to flaunt.
When...

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© Lyon Brave  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abortion, baptism, black african

Premium Member Just Moseying Along

Just Moseying Along

 In the fullness
of time
the empty scales
of justice
crave balance:

Waning reconciliation
awaits full emancipation.

As the pale sun fades
frail freedom flashes
upon the horizon:

Liberation continues
to wander.
...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, black african

if i ever had before
I just got back from a two day run living and loving you more than i ever had before. Living laughing and loving forever and...

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Categories: age, art, best friend,

SONGS IN THE DARK
I stepped quickly.
They were graceful steps
And still possessed the
Potential for slipping
Under me.

I was aching to know where
The soothing sultry noise had
Come from. I was sure...

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Categories: black african american, celebrity,

Last 2 grains of sand
White washed world wishing wonders 
Did I see love that nostalgic night 
My eyes her cheeks my heart her aura 
Was it the true self...

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Categories: black african american, break

Her
Her family was jealous of her
Talked down on her
from abusive husband from cheating her
so many times
Had four kids and left with two
to picked on as...

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Categories: abuse, anger, anxiety, betrayal,



Premium Member FROM DREAMS OF DREAMS OF THE SEA AND ME

   FROM DREAMS OF DREAMS OF THE SEA AND ME
   (FOR TONI M.)

Standing, staring seaward,
Sore eyes see the horizon resting content
On...

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Categories: black african american, dream,

Premium Member IRIDESCENT
I am certain to move

so you may see

deeper shades of me

see me from 

shadows shades

or light rays

Blink your eyes and

I will change.

And If by chance...

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Categories: bird, black african american,

Stink Thinking
Poem by: Mr. Ronald Watson
Sep. 13, 2012
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Stinking Thinking

Stinking thinking/ it leads to drinking./
What moisten the soul without an inkling?/
Unto making...

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Categories: art, black african american,

Premium Member THE GREAT AMERICAN RACIST
     THE GREAT AMERICAN RACIST
I stand my ground and white is what is me
as fair a man as there could ever...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, art, black african

Black Birds
Caged bird, 
Feathers black 
Smooth as silk 
Unable to fly free, 
Caged; with no guilt 
A dream of freedom 
In God's blue haven 
May only...

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Categories: black african american, inspirational,

Porcupine Concubine
Sorry, Fred, no, you can't be my concubine.  But maybe I know of someone...........

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black african american, cowboy-western,

BLACK-TION
I look at the world's population, formation and the nation does not know how to 
build a foundation because of temptation..
so i put in quotation...

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© kia coady  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black african american,

Alliteration 7702
YO I JUST WANNA MAKE LOVE TO YOU
IN A VILLA IN CENTRAL PERU
KISSING' YOU LIKE A SCHOOLGIRL WHO CAN'T CONTROL HERSELF
CAN'T IMAGINE MAKING' LOVE IN...

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Categories: black african american, urban,


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