Praise be to you, beauty_
Natural a beauty as probed
And proved of my sight.
Black ebolient beauty_
Arẹwà, ọmọ lewa_
Your simplicity is envied
And mother earth prides in you.
Black is not beauty because it’s black or for its radiating skin
And reserved lips tempting another Samson.
But its beauty lies beneath its heart, purified precious pious_
Upon Where virginity is hankered.
Black is the back background of beauty
For all other beauties are rainbow_
Touch of light and bleaching skin
Caro white, Caro red and all Caroes make beauty bleach.
But black is reserved of culture
And the precept of tradition is its limelight.
Beauty of Africa_
On a scorching sun, you are black_
Cozy and rainy season, still black_
Unlike chameleon that changes with weather.
White and pinky lips_
Button Black and tigh, ox blood.
Black is original and true_
Black is beautifully beatiful.
I stand at bay watching_
Learning the language of my ink_
Learning how to handle my pen
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