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King Gone
by Joel Hozeh Windsor
Sunday, October 10, 2010
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A commentary on art and racial politics. -1989

Images of an immense savage primate named Kong.
For hundreds of years imprisoned behind a wall of fear.
Ever so often given an African woman to discard or devour.
This woman, this bride of a divinity, in her finest hour.

Enter a blonde and blue-eyed victim.
The epitome of 1930's virtue.
Who you'll find in the warped mind of the average savage
Equals four or more African women on the bride market.

The virtue coils
But is subdued by his very presence.
This King, awed by her purity and blinded by her whiteness and /or unlikeness
Forgets his appetite and carries her off like a Roman.
Her worth stolen and violated.
Punishment? The guilty must be castrated.

Abducted, he's taken to a far off land
Where ultimately he slaves and the invisible hand
Pushes him further down
Confining the bulk of his achievements to sports and circus attractions.
Then propaganda...creating cliques, divisions, factions
Who feed off the planned hysteria of conservative opinion.

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