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Learn Servitude without Attitude, Choose Your Side

« on: May 18, 2003, 10:31:11 AM »

black nationalism stops with the black nation
but the revolution must continue to revolve
evolution spins to revolution
revolving to uprisings
no more demising
ending degradation
back to segragation
keep intergration
keep the white out
stop whiting out out history
start sharing our story
go back to our glory
where millions of little nappy head pickney roam the earth
every wombman's belly swollen for birth
chocolate, mocha, buttersctch, french vanilla blend
where everyone everywhere are kin
ital eats
for vegetarian seeds
havin em sprouting like weeds
feeding them for health
stimulating mental wealth
a natural livity
for a spiriual purity
youth drink not of cow's blood
but from mamma's nurting love
breeding positivity
for a righteous livity
oasis for the soul
herbs smoked from the chalice and bowl
gaurded by The Conquering Lion
moving into Zion
out of he belly of the beast
facing the EAST
when the black nation dies
the blk wrld is conceived
free of wickerdy, hate, and greed
liberation thru repatriation is the death of the black nation and the birth of the blk wrld


blessed and iternal love in the magnanomous name of the ALL/ONE Creator.
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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2003, 01:16:23 AM »

This Poem is FIYAH, yes POWAH!! Thanks for sharing!


We should first show solidarity with each other. We are Africans. We are black. Our first priority is ourselves.
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