Why Black Love Is So Important?

Black love is something special, yet its’ power is so underestimated. Why should we continue to strive for love and support within our community, when it is out of reach and view? Listen to what I have to say, let me teach and enlighten you:

Black love is so prevailing, it brings us together to lift up the spirits of our oppressed, so why is this same type of love so often suppressed?

Black love is balanced, though not exclusive between a man and woman;

It’s shared amongst friends, neighbors, and the children

Black love should be praised, so we shall not reprimand

Even those that deny it’s existence, cannot deny it’s command

Black love is oh so wise, sharing wisdom without the need to patronize

When a man’s pride is shattered, he needs a woman to help him realize,

That he is still a King, so he longs for a Queen

To honor, nurture, and become a mother to his seed

To cherish her family, and support him in his time of need.

Black love is superior, but don’t get it twisted

Let me explain before you dismiss it… just in case you missed it…

Black love is superior, because it knows it’s worth

Despite being called inferior, it is the reason life exists on Earth…

Black love is so mighty, it is able to convince

That beautiful black princesses will one day find her prince

Black love is so precious

More so than Diamonds and Pearls…

Why is black love so important you ask?

Its’ very essence can withstand the test of time, prejudices, and injustices in the world.

Shannon Morris
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Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Shannon Morris’s family knew from the moment she was born, that she was going to be successful in the entertainment industry. She possessed a love of film, the arts, reading, and writing at a very young age, having excelled in anything remotely artistic. Her natural ability to attract attention and connect with people connected her towards a career in the entertainment and healthcare industry.

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