Jean Ann Owens

(Sacramento, CA, USA)

Black Princess - Poem by Jean Ann Owens

One day, a girl was born
Her eyes were
sparkle like light
she looked up
with a grin
her face
so, chocolate clear
her teeth are
so bright
as a white star
she walked inside the room
sitting on the chair, posing
she wore silk across
her shadow body
colors as red


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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