Black women
Not just women of color
An embodiment of valor
A person who’s not judged by her curves
Not by the foundation on her face
But the foundation she had laid
Not with misconception of weakness
Ready to put herself through some terror
I mean the Harriet Tubman kind of woman
Inspiring generations for greatness

A man with the prefix WO
I mean women who get things done not by the hole in between their legs
An Essence of intelligence
I mean the hidden figures
Those who are dead
But alive cause of their brain child
The Kathrine Johnson’s who landed a man on the moon.

Not only does who are dead
I mean the Oprah Winfrey with the uncommon wisdom
Making every girl child becoming Michelle Obama
The Venus and Serenas slamming their way to Victory
This is about black eminence
The Duchess of Sussex.

The Àjásòrò(Moremi) fighting for their land
I mean the Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti an educator and aristocrat
Immortality in Its beauty
Black women.

 

Ogunkunle Emmanuel Ayodeji is a Statistics student at the University of ilorin kwara State. Emmanuel has interest in Poetry and content creation. He has some of his contents published on (vanguard news paper and teegoldarts.wordpress).

He writes from ayodejiogunkunle@gmail.com