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|Reviewed by Danielle N
|I loved this poem! I could not have said it better being the victim!! I can so relate!|
|Reviewed by Rukiyah Fahimah
|thank you for an excellent depiction of the victimization (that is, attempted victimization) of our sistahs.|
|Reviewed by Priestess Jywanza
|Greetings Noble Nubian King
We would like to rate this poem with two
tens for its content and realtiy. The true
state of Black people is stated in your
poem very well. Thank you for sharing your gift and talent with us.
Peace and Blessings
|Reviewed by fare good (Reader)
|Hello my brother sister jackie nice to see you. words are strong and so true.|
|Reviewed by Janet Caldwell
|Very, very sad and it irks my soul for any woman to be raped. Bring that man here, he'll get his now, instead of later. grrrrrrr. Great write! Janet|
|Reviewed by Afrika Abney
|Very descriptive and vivid piece. Nice rhythm. Keep it up. Powerful piece.|
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|I've wondered why you would use the word "Blak" instead of "Black". I mean did you really mean "a black woman"?
The only reason that I though you wrote "Blak" without the "c" is that the word is not entirely the word "Black" - meaning that even though we've often used the word "Black" is describe people with darker skin, but "they aren't entirely black", so the use of the incomplete word "Blak" in this poem is admissible in my eyes.
Well, at least that's how I looked at it.
Regarding the poem. Yes, your feelings are well conveyed and it is true that some of you DO feel like that.
The poem is sad, but it well-conveyed.
Sandie Angel :o)