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Post Black Exodus Earth

In the not so distant future,
there would hang,
in museums on Earth,
paintings,
in vibrant colors,
of men with bronze skin
with exaggerated toned thighs,
and women with hair painted in the darkest shades of black.

And children,
in schools,
will learn sanitized versions
of how
Bronze Skins were trapped,
shipped and sold like exotic pets.
How they thrived in strange lands
then, got hunted like predatory pests,
for sports,
just because...

Eons after Exodus,
On Mother Planet, Earth,
upon closer inspection
of
the bullet fractured skull
of the only known complete skeleton
of a bronze skinned man,
an anthropologist
discovers a paradigm shifting truth,
"Negroes were human too..."

*****October 2, 2016*****



I found this picture twitter. The description of Black people seems to suggest they aren't human. Watching the news these days, it seems some people still hold this view.

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Bedtime Epiphany of a Pining Heart

Tonight,
I contemplated
On things that were and were not,
On why
Light retracts different, in your eyes,
Like rainbows randomly ricocheting
Off my intangible thoughts,
Spellbinding...

On why,
Words sound different, on your lips,
How you laugh,
How the sounds take a path,
Across infinite dreams,
Into all my incarnations,
Into all my iterations,
Into all...

Tonight,
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That he made a Heaven like you
Then condemned me
To the Hell of perpetual longing
Wanting, and never belonging...

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