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Interracialism Poems

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BLACK MESSIAHS Anderson Walkingshoes Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse interracialism, adventure, analogy,

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Black Messiahs live never to cause war,
Their ambitions even surround every other person behind their city wall.
All dwellers in the world hails their friendly law,
Black Messiahs are just humans, but their beauty makes oceans roar.
Powerfully molded to fight indoor.
True colours in their eyes means what they are before,
Those are the Black Messiahs we call.
Those who fight to expand the territories of black people,
Fighting to get ears of white people to hear the meaning of black skin in a temple.
The reliability of holding a concept to paramount black skin is addressable.

Black Messiahs stands on the highest pinnacle of the hill,
Commands all blacks close and beyond to rise up to win a deal.
A deal to destroy the mischievous words altered to make blacks feel unreal.
We black are always real,
With the charisma to get the insult on our flag changed.
The colour of our skin is believed to be ideal.
Freedom in our hearts express our heritage bounded not to be exchanged,
Building us through pride and ways of life to make our skins the acronym of beauty,
No land can prevent our black skin from its ability.
The skin which proves the extension of black people society.

We never lose a strand of hair,
For faith is what we bear.
Causing the allegiance to our skin a cloth we wear.
Yes, we are Black Messiahs seen everywhere.
We hold in high esteem natural skin to be our enemies’ nightmare.
Black Messiahs are made of shades of black.
From axis to axis we see light when others turn to the dark.
Shea butter keeps us healthy without the use of bleaching drug.
Naturally made to explicit a tremendous value concerning our originality.
Strong and bold to seal the perforations caused against our quality.
Proving and demonstrating peace and love through equality,
For White Messiahs to meet our criteria on the topic of interracialism or mixed ethnicity.
Every Messiah loves his or her racial individuality,
Exposing the significance of self-respect out of congruence and oneness of vitality.

Black skin can`t be done away with.
Many buy new skin and later fall in deadly pit,
Thinking it will win for them beauty crown, instead it`s a myth.
You`re born black and beautiful,
And that makes the sun salute you as a creation born to rule.
As far nature speaks of you,
Who dares to steal your skin clothed in truth?
Don’t be hopeless Black Messiah since your skin is all-time new.
Bet me, for observers are always admiring how you look brand-new.
We marching on red carpet to pull our flag towards the moon,
For Black skin is our unfading hue.
Digest this before you allow any bleaching product spoil your look,
And later regret like the one who was once a victimized fool.






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