PRIDE WITHOUT PREJUDICE- by Ezeokoye Onyinye Vanessa


Flows and glow
Can u just roll?
Distinct from yesterday
Can it be exempted from today?

The color is black,
Are you black or brunette?
They say white is pure, black is evil
But why do I still wipe my butts with white tissue paper?
The evil they brought scattered all over our faces
Their jackboots designed our faces
Leaving scars behind
Yes! We are shinning again
Black and proud again
 I LOVE MY AFRICA

Wrirtten by Ezeokoye Onyinye Vanessa
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