Renee Gallman Jones
Magnificent Black Woman - Poem by Renee Gallman Jones
I am ebony, coca, coffee cream, chocolate and spice. I am a Black Woman a Magnificent Sight.
I create such a stir whatever I do. Attracting stares of astonishment, it’s the distinction of my stride, and the conviction of my voice. I am a Black Woman a Magnificent Choice.
I am Fire, a burning desire to be the best, a single mother achieving ultimate success; Marching to the rhythm of my personal drum. Steadfast as I nurture my children it’s a job that is never entirely done. Oh yeah, I am a Black Woman a Magnificent One.
I am Ice, a craving brilliantly complete curves and angles so smooth and oh so sweet – to experience my love is a rate and special treat. I am a Black Woman a Magnificent Feat.
I am Wind, a breeze tenderly, caressing and embracing each degree of life. In one puff I will cool you on the hottest of nights. Just a draft can motivate, inspire, and enlighten. I am a Black Woman a Magnificent Wife.
I am water, touching every corner of the earth; I am mother but accepted at times as father, teacher and lover. I infiltrate every aspect of life I take on new and different roles each time I give birth. I am a Black Woman The Magnificent Mother Earth.
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