Sunday, July 19th, 2015

 

Fearless Warrior Queen Nanny

Fearless Warrior Queen Nanny (c. 1685 – c. 1755) Queen Nanny, a Jamaican national hero, was a well-known leader of the Jamaican “Maroons” in the 18th century. In Jamaica when slavery was at it’s peak a number of West Africans fled the plantations to form tribes in the mountains. These people were called a derogatory Spanish name “cimarrons” or “Maroons” which meant savage, but they were very civilized, and extremely organized with the intent of freeing their brothers and sisters. The so-called Maroon tribes are said to have inter-married withRead More


I Met God, She’s Bronze

I Met God, She’s Bronze Hair like wool Queenly kinky & happily nappy I met God She’s bronze & str8 immaculate She performed great miracles like parting her red sea & breaking her warm waters to deliver lil-ole’-me Black holes spin spiral inspiring verbs & nouns No survival Without arrival Must bow to which you were umbilically bond With royal-rays-of-radiance & pyro-in-her-middle She’s everything eternally everlastingly infinite Always has been & always will be I met God she’s bronze & black as she can be “I Met God, She’s Bronze”Read More


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