Honoring National Poetry Month And Black Women Writers

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Ode to a Blinding Black Beauty

Ode to a Blinding Black Beauty … Her looks transcend the barrier called fair / His heart and will to resist her she binds / Thinking naught but of her smile he pines / For the release of her bouncy black hair / Her leaving his small realm he could not bear / Like the silky long curls her finger winds / He's limp, all for that beauty that blinds / From all else yet at her helpless he'd stare. // While seeing the shallows though not the signs / Showing more than a pretty visual layer / Whether the twain may too meet with their minds / Hearts will share their most-secrets should they dare / Feelings far further than vague dating lines / To know eternity their souls shall share.

Frank Sterle Jr. 105 days ago

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