Dorothy Lewis

(Rockford, Illinois)

Black Love - Poem by Dorothy Lewis

Black Love; her song is of strength, and dignity: The melody of generations in which; to come, gentle and kind to show only to find that Her skin is of Bronze, Copper, and of Brass; Plays so very sweetly, and with a glow, which flows all around you: So; a soulful symphony, come from her heart makes, her dark and loving and Black Love is, hummed, From; Me to You, I offer, and I share Black Love, here and there and it's not negotiable; It's free of charge, and it's straight from my heart, and all you need is an open mind; and an open heart, and it won't take long before Black Love, will fill your heart:


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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