Poem: Look for my eggs

Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

“The family is like the forest, if you are outside it is dense, if you are inside you see that each tree has its own position.” — African Proverb

The Wisdom of Nature is timeless.  This poem illustrates the point.  A bird doesn’t put itself at the feet of its enemies; least of all its eggs, it’s most vulnerable and defenseless constituents.  Erstwhile, though Chancellor Williams repeated conventional Knowledge that “whites are the implacable foe, the traditional and everlasting enemy of the Blacks,” it’s altogether rare if African men don’t not only deliver their children to Europeans (or Asians), but their women as well.  John Edward Bruce reasoned, “The man who will not fight for the protection of his wife and children is a coward and deserves to be ill treated.”  In terms of self-protection, the African Blood Siblings offers the best solution: your involvement.  Involve yourself in seeking or developing a local cell of the ABS.  Please also help financially.  With your assistance African Power can become a reality.  Subscribe, share, love.

Look for my eggs
By Onitaset Kumat

Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
They have not developed a way to run
Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
Or retire hungry with the setting Sun
Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
Though no true Father would allow you to
Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
You will not find them I hid them from you
Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
They are places too high, too far, too gone
Look for my eggs said the bird to the man
But now it’s too late, they hatched and moved on
Why are your eggs asked the bird of the man
Never hidden from your predator’s hand?

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