Sheri Brown Poems
- Deliver Us From Evil I remember in the day boldly ...
- I Am My Father's Daughter I see my Father in me; expressive, ...
- Wave Of Love When I am with you, I am giddy, youthful, ...
- Jewels Of Winter
- I'M Just Saying A new America, it's time for a ...
- Wither Not...
- Sweet Dreams
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Deliver Us From Evil
I remember in the day
boldly auditioning for ballet.
Was told, 'good but body a negro shape.'
What's a negro shape? Can we debate?
Tried out for another part-
now told, 'you are too dark.'
God, You've created me to be free
why can't others see all of me?
Talented, confident, a dream
fought hard to make the scene.
Judge me for what I can do
no way I'll play a coon.
Back then we hoped for the best
although living among the rest.
Tired of the centerfolds
causing women to lose their souls.
Reality check, healthy ...