>Pondering

>When I allow my mind to ponder
I tend to consider the Earth’s wonders
I wish I would’ve been there as the Creator formed the Canyons
I’d like to see the perfection of Adam & Eve as companions
If I could but stop by to see the slaves picking cotton
I would also let Emmet Till know he’d never be forgotten
I wonder how it felt when the 1st African American voted
And I wonder how little Barack Obama’s Mother doted
I wonder if Harriet Tubman was ever afraid
Or if she realized her destiny was bigger than just the slaves
I wonder if Malcolm X knew his time was short
So he gave everything he could without losing his sorts
I wonder why Martin Luther King thought it necessary to be non-violent
And what would’ve happened if he had kept silent
I wonder what would’ve happened if the Black Panthers hadn’t taken care of their own
Or if there would’ve been someone else to step up or would they have known
I wonder when my people will remember that they are still Kings & Queens
And why they are so easy to let go of our communal Dreams
I wonder when they’ll begin to band together
And when they’ll stop allowing distractions to determine our weather
I wonder if we’ll ever be like the days of old
How Black was Beautiful and we treated each other like Gold
I wonder when we’ll stop talking at one another
And when we’ll remember once again that we are the keepers of our Brothers

Published by Kai Mann

Empowering and educating others around the world about the nature of self love, self growth, and the importance of self equity that leads to authentic change and infinite transformation.

3 thoughts on “>Pondering

  1. >А! Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!

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