To the beautiful Black Women – A poem by Vernon J. Davis Jnr.

My beautiful black women,

Never forget how beautiful and strong you are. Never let anyone try to dim your shine. You are spectacular and you are amazing and you are wonderfully and beautifully made by God. Always remember this each and every day.

I came across this amazing poem by Vernon J. Davis Jnr. It celebrates who we are and it honours us. I hope as you read it, it makes you feel special and lovely and amazing in every way.

BEAUTIFUL BLACK WOMEN – by VERNON J. DAVIS JR.

Beautiful Black Woman, your beauty is surpassed

                                         by none

 

Beautiful Black Woman, your sensuous

splendour is like the shining sun your 

wondrous ways come from your soul

which no one man may hope to control

 

Beautiful Black Woman, you are the guiding

                        hope of our people

 

Beautiful Black woman, your mind maintains 

                    your glorious power

 

Beautiful Black Woman, your spirit is 

like a shining church tower which points the 

way to heaven  above and which 

seeks to find true love

 

Beautiful Black Woman, you are the guiding 

                       hope of our people

 

Beautiful Black Woman, your time is like a 

                  precious commodity

 

Beautiful Black Woman, your ebony will is 

strong and free so take your precious time 

and your determined will and use them both to

emphasize what you really feel

 

Beautiful Black Woman, you are the guiding hope 

                                of our people

 

Beautiful Black Woman, in you lies our future!

 

 

Photo: Pinterest

Poem Link: http://www.tributetoblackwomen.com/poems/beautiful_blackwoman.htm

 

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