Ebony, from where does your color come?
Why is it that your softness is softer than some?
Your lips are so full,
kisses like sweet peaches and plums.
For you remain beautiful,
so smooth like buttered rum.
Ebony, from where does your thickness rise?
Why is it that men are drawn by your thick hips and thighs?
Your waist is so small,
you're like a hour glass with eyes.
Built to suit your culture,
you tend to take each race with surprise.
Ebony, from where are your black pearls found?
Why is it they bare the most beautiful color of brown?
For surely they attest to glory,
from the way they sit upon your chest.
Sprinkled with femimine sweetness,
that only man and child would know best.
Ebony, why is it that you are built so complex from behind?
Why is it that every curve seems to be maxamized?
You posess a femimine gait,
one of ancesterial pride.
full of beautiful thoughts up high.
Ebony, why is your hair so fine and thick?
Why does it coil at the roots and shine as the sun hits?
You decorate it with shells
and braid beautiful braids down your neck.......
For you know its your crown,
a crown of glory above the rest.
Ebony, from where do your eyes come?
Why are they so beautiful and rounder than some?
From the darkest of browns,
to the lightest colors found,
They remain flawless,
undefected by what surrounds.
Like a rare purple orchid,
among white lillies on the ground.
Your beauty lies naked,
to be seen by all around.
Ebony, you are beautiful,
beautiful just because
God made you
And He did it with love.