Case and Point Black


Who told you it was alright to take me?
From flourishing purposefully? For eternity..
Certainly not me.
And who told you it was alright to change me?
Certainly not me.
I wasn't looking for a war of man.
Now you work against me. Wasn't looking for no war of man.
Now you shoot me boldly.
Wasn't looking for no war of man,systematically you diss me.
My soul you try to bury,
and change the judgement of
my love. But fall short because
I'm melanin-kissed from
heavens above. Dark matter as in
the cosmos I and my people are here
to protect, populate,and combat unspirited foes.
Roots run deep,Africa is the tree, and as seeds we will grow.

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