I Love My Black Men

I'm the one who helped raise you. I gave birth to you, but you don't want me. I cooked for you; I cleaned for you. Even when you didn't have I gave you what I had. When you needed good loving I opened my legs and gave you some good loving. I rubbed your head and told you it would be okay even when it wasn't.

When the world told you no I said, "Yes, baby. Anything for you. I believe in you."

Even when you made me cry I was still there for you. Even when I knew I was sharing you with that woman across town, I still loved you.

Yet in still; if I had my choice I would still love you. Something about the curve of your back, your swagger, that beautiful brown skin that keep me coming back. I love my black men.

Question: What is it about your black man you love?
What is it about your black woman that makes you love her?

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  1. Webster's Definition of "Keep"
    1. to celebrate; observe(to keep Sabbath) 2. to fulfill(a promise, etc.)3. to protect;guard; take care of; tend 4. to preserve 5. to provide for; support 6. to make reuglar entries in(to keep a diary) 7. to maintain in a specified state, position, etc. 8. to hold for the future; retain 9. 10 to stay in or on(a course, place, etc.) -n. 1. food and shelter, support 2. the inner stronghold of a castle - for keeps

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  2. The black man that I love is the epitome of the strength that I can only aspire to possess. He is wise and, in spite of everything that has happened between us and to us, he always has a smile on. I love this man. This man is my little brother! He is human perfection, as far as I am concerned. He loves whole-heartedly and lights up rooms with his smile. I love that man.

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  3. . You See If We don't Help each other who are we to talk as black women we must teach are young black women the right way to love from the heart.

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  4. I thought that Veela's post on "I love My Black Man" was right on time. I think we need to tell our black men that we love them.... From the time that we carry them in the womb we need to tell them we love them... From the moment they take their first breath we need to tell them we love them...From their very first words we need to tell them we love them...From their very first steps we need to tell them we love them... From their first day at school till their graduation day we need to tell them we love them. We need to tell them they are loved and show them how much we love them.

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