Josephine DixonBanks

Rookie (Danbury, Connecticut)

I Am The M.A.N. Manifested Attitude In & Of Nature - Poem by Josephine DixonBanks

I Am the incomparable female
My mistakes never fail
With existence I do entail
The unwritten consciousness

I see with my total being
I make Nature visible to the blind
Nature is Braille to their mind

I Am The Man
Manifested Attitude in and of Nature

I Am the extreme Attitude willing to exude the Universe
The oceans of absoluteness is the blood birthed on earth
Death is my energy
Executing exquisite expressions

I Am The Man
Manifested Attitude in and of Nature

The continent of Africa is minute
Culture is still an antiquated dispute
Cherished by the deaf and blind recruit
Everything you touch you pollute

Hue-man you have not learned
My water—my animals—my rain forest—my air
you knowingly burned
Hue-man you have not turned

I Am The Man
Manifested Attitude in and of Nature

Mount Saint Helen-Mount Vesuvius and Pompei
Tidal waves-El Nino and hurricane display

I Am Mother Nature—Mother of God—Mother Earth
The Black Goddess, The Great Mother of Africa and

I Am The Man
Manifested Attitude in and of Nature


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 5, 2005


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