Woman of All Colors!

March 24, 2011 by HoneyWrights  
Published in Beauty

Why do we treat one another different and use harsh words against one another?

A message I like to give to my African American, Native American Indian and Island Woman.

 

For centuries our history has been miss-judge in scorned with words.

Why is it when you speak your mind you are then talked about as being ghetto?

Why is it when you stand tall you are denied dignity of your freedom of speech.

 

Why can’t all women of every color and size and shape be able to love one another and treat one another with respect?

 

African American, Native American Indian and Island Woman we all have a history to tell, we all been abuse by words or physical harm.

 

We have all been lapel crazy or worst whore. Why as a woman we have been able to have what is rightfully ours.

 

Our freedom of speech our freedom to choice what makes us happy and to be able to go for the goal with some type of dignity.

I heard there stories from the mother land we need to learn and yet we are afraid to grasp where we came from and where we might be going.

 

African American, Native American Indian and Island Woman had been held captive in one way or another held captive by a man’s greed.

Because of so many demands on women of color we have to be strong and so independent and sometimes hard as ice.

 

Then we as women will go and hurt one another judge one another. We as woman will go and talk about the next woman in a bad way.

Why can’t we embrace our history together and learn to accept every female we meet as a woman of god.

When did we become so ashamed our looks, our hair, our bodies and when did we not accept the fact god made us just the way he wanted in his image.

 

African American, Native American Indian and Island Woman should no longer be captive to the old days. We have overcome so much and yet we are still willing to bring one another down to the mud.

 

When can we love one another, be natural and accept out outer and inner beauty as this is god’s doing and not our own.

We are sister that enough we should be able to treat one another with kindness, understanding we all fall down but we all get up again.

African American, Native American Indians and Island Woman have always given all our love out and never getting love returned seven folds.

I am so tired of being hurt and scorn by the neglect of a man.

I am not soil that can be turned over to see if there are any more rich elements.

My soil should be just as enriched as my soul.

 

A women is a man essential of life if you did not know.

I am so tired of meeting men who are greedy and too opinionated to care about the opinion of another person.

 

Why do we as woman keep allowing men to be so trifling in our lives then to move on to another person life and allow them to bring your sister with more troubles?

 

Let make our children’s future better than ours.

 
This is my message I like to give to my African American, Native American Indian and Island Woman.

 

For centuries our history has been miss-judge in scorned with words can we as women change the history and begin a better story for our daughters, granddaughters, and nieces today.

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