Letter to a Black Woman


9 thoughts on “Letter to a Black Woman

  1. Wow, very powerful. It makes me wonder about black love when our ancestors were enslaved. The black woman held her black man down. Some Where after it seemed that we lost touch with one another (men and women).

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    1. I agree. I describe it as a transference of pain. We are so broken and lost and want more from each other than we ask of ourselves. And our communication is horrible.. or nonexistent. It’s a lot.

      Thanks for listening and sharing your thoughts.


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