Posts Tagged ‘BLACK POEMS’

BLACK WOMEN OOOOOO!–“CURVES,CLOTHES AND COLORED GIRLS…” BY MENELIK CHARLES ON FACEBOOK

June 3, 2016

FROM MENELIK CHARLES ON FACEBOOK

Menelik Charles's photo.

Curves, clothes and colored girls…

Whether petite ‘n’ chic, medium ‘n’ marvelous, or thick ‘n’ delicious, Black women carry off clothes like Father Christmas carrying a sack load of presents. He makes it look so easy. The weird thing with many Black women is that the ‘trashy’ women among them often look just as delicious as the sought-after Black dimes.

This is because Black women start off with noticeable genetic and aesthetic advantage over women of other races. That is, more attractive features, skin coloring, and a slow ageing process means the only real difference between a trashy-looking Black woman and a classy-looking one are the clothes!

But even then, trashy clothes often look spectacularly sexy on Black women because of those crazy colored-girl curves, and their cat-like, elegant, auras!

Cosmetic surgery, lip implants, sun beds and Botox are scant consolation for other races of women in this respect. The advantages Black women have are overwhelming and insurmountable. The one area which is, sadly, proving to be the undoing of many Black-American and Caribbean women is their general lack of feminine attitude, and behavior.

So while ‘clothes maketh the man’, it is the feminine personality (not her clothes) which maketh the woman. I sometime wonder whether Black women of America and the Caribbean will ever truly realise and appreciate this simple fact. But that’s a subject for another day.

In the mean time let鈥檚 just enjoy the kaleidoscope of color, clothes and curves our sisters present to us each and every day…and be thankful 馃檪

(c) Menelik Charles.

“BLACK ART”-AMIRI BARACK MOST FAMOUS BLACK POEM

July 3, 2010

Two new books by Amiri Baraka
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The Essence of Reparations and Somebody Blew Up America & Other Poems

Books by Amiri Baraka

Tales of the Out & the Gone / The Essence of Reparations / Somebody Blew Up America & Other Poems / Blues People

Autobiography of LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka / Selected Poetry of Amiri Baraka/LeRoi Jones / Black Music

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Black Art

By Amiri Baraka

Poems are bullshit unless they are
teeth or trees or lemons piled
on a step. Or black ladies dying
of men leaving nickel hearts
beating them down. Fuck poems
and they are useful, wd they shoot
come at you, love what you are,
breathe like wrestlers, or shudder
strangely after pissing. We want live
words of the hip world live flesh &
coursing blood. Hearts Brains
Souls splintering fire. We want poems
like fists beating niggers out of Jocks
or dagger poems in the slimy bellies
of the owner-jews. Black poems to
smear on girdlemamma mulatto bitches
whose brains are red jelly stuck
between ‘lizabeth taylor’s toes. Stinking
Whores! we want “poems that kill.”
Assassin poems, Poems that shoot
guns. Poems that wrestle cops into alleys
and take their weapons leaving them dead
with tongues pulled out and sent to Ireland. Knockoff
poems for dope selling wops or slick halfwhite
politicians Airplane poems, rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr . . .tuhtuhtuhtuhtuhtuhtuhtuhtuhtuh
. . .rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr . . . Setting fire and death to
whities ass. Look at the Liberal
Spokesman for the jews clutch his throat
& puke himself into eternity . . . rrrrrrrr
There’s a negroleader pinned to
a bar stool in Sardi’s eyeballs melting
in hot flame Another negroleader
on the steps of the white house one
kneeling between the sheriff’s thighs
negotiating coolly for his people.
Aggh . . . stumbles across the room . . .
Put it on him, poem. Strip him naked
to the world! Another bad poem cracking
steel knuckles in a jewlady’s mouth
Poem scream poison gas on beasts in green berets
Clean out the world for virtue and love,
Let there be no love poems written
until love can exist freely and
cleanly. Let Black people understand
that they are the lovers and the sons
of warriors and sons
of warriors Are poems & poets &
all the loveliness here in the world

We want a black poem. And a
Black World.
Let the world be a Black Poem
And Let All Black People Speak This Poem
Silently
or LOUD
Source: Selected Poetry of Amiri Baraka/LeRoi Jones (1979)

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BLACK CLASSIC BOOKS

REGINA KING SAYS BLACK WOMEN SHOULD TRY WHITE/OTHER “BOYS” BECAUSE OF THE SCARCITY OF BLACK MEN-BUT SISTERS THE ONLY REAL MEN ON THE PLANET ARE BLACK MEN!-WELL WORTHWAITING/ PRAYING FOR!-AN OPEN POEM TO HER ABOUT GOD’S GIFT TO THE BLACK WOMAN-BLACK MEN!

June 6, 2010

from theblackestblackpoets.blogspot.com

BLACK POETRY TO MOVE BLACK PEOPLE BACK TO GREATNES

Sunday, June 6, 2010
AN OPEN POEM TO REGINA KING-WHO SAYS BLACK WOMEN SHOULD TRY WHITE/OTHER” BOYS” SINCE BLACK MEN SEEM TO BE SCARCE!-THE ONLY REAL MEN ON THE PLANET ARE BLACK MEN-WELL WORTH PRAYING FOR!

THERE IS A BLACK MAN
FOR EVERY
“REAL” BLACK WOMAN
CAUSE GOD MADE
IT LIKE THAT!

BY YEYE AKILIMALI FUNUA OLADE

Regina King-say what?

“look for a white/other boy

In place of a seemingly/missing

From/yr/life

Real man/

BLACK man?

Sister-say what?

Ain’t no pale/looking

Lame/not/cool

Not/hip/no/rhythm

No/SOUL/no/ass

white boy

Can’t say nothing to

Me, Sister!

Black Me

Wants my

FINE/swinging/DARK

COOL/looking

HIP/SOULFUL

Bop/walking

REAL/MAN

BLACK MAN

Forever and ever!

After all

GOD MADE THE BLACK MAN

FOR THE BLACK WOMAN!

And God don’t make

Mistakes!

Sisters-PRAY for

That BLACK MAN

God’s got ‘specially

For BLACK you!

Sisters- BE THAT RESPECTFUL/

LOVING/BLACK WOMAN

And God will

Show BLACK

YOU that

BLESSED

BLACK

MAN!

Copyright 2010 YEYE AKILIMALI FUNUA OLADE
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Labels: AFRICAN AMERICANS, BLACK MEN, BLACK MEN/BLACK WOMEN, BLACK PEOPLE, BLACK POEMS, BLACK WOMEN, REGINA KING, YEYE AKILIMALI FUNUA OLADE


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