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Knowledge Is Power

A poem by Me…for whomever…

I have decided that every day I will put forth the effort to learn more about myself and better overstand my life.
From the very beginning…to the present day, I HAVE to learn what has caused my people so much strife.
This thing didn’t start with Martin Luther King or should I say Michael King, Jr….do you know who I mean?
This thing didn’t start with Mary McLeod Bethune…these are just the ones they want to be seen.
This thing started the day they started erasing Our Story and calling it their own to make us feel like nothing.
This thing started the day they decided we weren’t worth shit and wanted to treat us like we weren’t really something.
You see….until Our History is recognized and Our Story is told truthfully….
These muthafuckas gone always feel how they feel and look at us stupidly.
Everyday that we degrade Our Women and make Our Men feel like shit….
Is a step in the wrong direction and empowering that Willie Lynch bullshit.
We must understand that Knowledge is Power and THAT’S NOT JUST A SLOGAN!
We must take control of our future and fix what is truly broken.

 

-ExoticGypsy


He breathes

He breathes

He breathes
and I can feel every breath he takes.
He breathes such sweet breaths and I can’t help myself.
So confident and loving with every touch he gives
He makes my body convulse with his thrusts
And his love is deep inside me
Giving us both pleasure….

He breathes
And it touches my soul, my mind.
Putting one in the air….it’s what we do
He touches more than my soul and I let him
Digging deeper until there is no return
The bodies that separate us coming closer together
Sending my mind on a chase to seek his love that’s deep inside me

He breathes
And my spine arches, my legs cramp
He sends me places that I can’t go with anyone else
My spine curves, his back is straight
Holding onto my body, pulling me closer to him
Entering me, loving me, enjoying me.
He breathes on my neck
He kisses my back and
He embraces my hips
We fall asleep in each others arms

He breathes
And I can’t say no or deny him.
He breathes


Exclusively

When he’s away I feel like a piece of me is missing
I sit in my bed and think about all the love and kissing
My heart beats fast just to think about him
Laying around wanting nothing more than his touch

The love of my life and the best I ever had
He leaves me wanting more of everything he gives
From the way he touches my skin
To the way he places those special small kisses
I’ve come to the conclusion that my love for him can’t be a sin

Many have tried and only he has succeeded
To provide my life with all the things I really need
From his smile to the way he loves me
He has done it and made me come to see
That love is really real and he has me…..exclusively.


My thoughts…

I have had so much on my mind and honestly, I need to start writing this stuff down!! Its really getting crazy lol….

My quote for today!!!!

“I am a feminist, and what that means to me is much the same as the meaning of the fact that I am Black: it means that I must undertake to love myself and to respect myself as though my very life depends upon self-love and self-respect.”

~June Jordan

This quote stirred so much inside of me today that I had to write a post on it! Everyday on my Facebook page, I post a quote about motivation or some type of inspirational context and because it is Black History month I have vowed to post a quote by an African American. I have come across so many inspirational quotes and motivational tools while I have been on this journey.

This quote tells me that just like I am proud to be an African American….I should carry myself like I am proud to be a WOMAN! It should tell any woman that whatever color or race or creed, you should be proud to carry yourself like  woman in the same way that you are proud to be an American…or a Chinese American…or a South Carolinian. We should never be disgusted so much with ourselves that we forget what we are or where our ancestors came from and what that all represents.

Ms. June Jordan was a Caribbean-American poet and committed activist among other things. She played a very important role in the development of black artistic, social, and politic movementsShe is also known as one of the most significant and prolific black, bisexual writers of the 20th century. Self-love was a very important topic to her and it reflected itself in everything that she did.

~Lohnnie Cakes


Sample what I have to offer

Sample what I have to offer
I will make sure that you want to stay
Caramel in color and delectable beyond measure
And as Sweet as the sweetest nectar
Round in all the right places
And stacked just right…..

Tasty, beautiful, smelling oh so sweet
How can you resist me?
Why would you try?
I can give unbelievable pleasure
Jumping to get at me when I’m around
Have you wishing for more whenever you are away
Sample what I have to offer
I will make sure that you want to stay


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