The Marathon Continues

Dear Future Black Daughter,

I love you so much. I will continue to learn and unlearn the self hate drilled into my community, because I love you. I love you means I see you. I see before eyes can, words can, and even others can state their opinions. I love you so much that I embrace and love me first and foremost, because in order to express those internal feelings to the future Queen, I must be it. I will eat my medicine and continue to educate myself and practice these self care mechanisms, so that you can also practice these self care attributes. I will hold my head up higher than any Mt. Kilimanjaro, and I will only allow high frequencies and vibrations around me, so before you are born you can feel real authentic energy forever more. My Queen you are more than enough. Yes, I wanted you and I always will. Your skin complexion is enriched as marbles; your smile is perfect; you are treasured; you hair is as strong as your rooted soul and inheritance. I come to you first and say if you ever forget or stray away from these truths, you close your beautiful brown eyes, quiet those outside and inside thoughts, feel your inner being of what I gave to you before you were born, and in which you already had before your physical body entered this dimension.

P.S. Thank You for choosing me, and allowing me the privilege to experience a love I couldn’t remember until now.

Love,

A Black Queen

Published by NoExpectations4Us

No Expectations 4 Us is a group of intelligent, creative, artistic, and inspiring young people willing to push the limits of societal expectations and voice the issues of today. We want to show the world a first look of up and coming artists, musicians, entrepreneur, writers, videographers, comedians, actresses, etc. These young people are following their dreams in any and every field and industry they step in, and refuse to look back. We share videos and posts of interviews on issues such as music, poetry, race, gender/ gender roles, religion, non-religion, spirituality, sexuality, love/hate and any other controversial issue that can be debated. We publish your views. We voice your opinions. We show your photos, and we acknowledge your accomplishments to show the world how amazing the youth is.

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