My Black Woman:
Malcolm X spoke the blues in front of the media news in ‘62.
“A black woman is the most disrespected, unprotected, neglected, woman in America.”
Read between the lines to understand the clues of the subliminal message.
It’s not fair. You received cruelty to see us be divided from unity.
We can’t love as a community if we don’t love ourselves.
If we as men, if I as a man can supply the demand for ourselves,
we can love you effectively at no faults with a transformed thought.
We don’t love by the tip of our lips,
we love in truth by our deeds we give for the need.
You are appreciated,
you are unique,
you are mighty 💪🏾,
you are resilient,
your cries will be heard.
Your presence is reality more than superficiality.
Your worth is more than magic, it’s a miracle you are standing still near .
God is with you.
I am with you. I love you black woman.
(C) Ter E Rucks 2020