Loop poetry: Black🧤

Grey skin, red eyes
eyes that see all
all color drained
drained from your soul

when you hurt her
her of black skin
skin shining warm
warm morning sun

her smile died then
then she knew why
why you killed it
it gave her will

you’ll never know
know your dear son
son of beauty
beauty despite

he’ll never know
know his father
father rapist
rapist monster

gone away now
now worlds away
away from black
black is her color

she watches him
him bright morning
morning he plays
plays, says, “Momma!”

the sun is warm
warm on their skin
skin raises up
up in their smiles

Loop poetry: There is no restrictions on the number of stanzas nor on the Syllable count for each line. In each stanza, the last word of first line becomes the first word to line 2, last word of line 2 becomes the first word to line 3,and last word of line 3 becomes the first word to line 4. This is followed to each stanza.

I’m promoting you to think of what comes to your mind when you picture BLACK🖤. Think of what it means to you and or what it’s stand for. My loop stopped to SMILES… Hope you continue it following loop poetry down in my comment box!

Thank you for reading!

Noorien Misbha! 🔝❤💯🥀

Published by Noorien Misbha

"Everybody should do at least two things each day that he/she hates to do, just for practice."

12 thoughts on “Loop poetry: Black🧤

  1. Smiles are easy
    So it does
    Faking picture
    Of a raped for soul

    It stood so far,
    That society
    Didn’t know
    We were all aware of that passing soul

    Suddenly she passed
    Smoothly and Firmly
    Family stood quite
    Within lying a crying soul

    No judgment was passed
    No one judged
    Just it was as quite
    As Quite she was before……

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