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By: hatred for perms not my black people Sun, 21 Jun 2009 12:46:33 +0000 I love you mama n God got me good.

I remeber my mamas hair she stopped perming an curl burnin. Me an my sis insisted get a perm your hair looks napped. You aint to old to straightin that crap. I laughed so stupidly I became my mom an she became me. I stopped an laughed an hugged her with my sis. We said sike mama you look just fine. We oiled an combed her hair. I told her she looked sweet she told me to shutup please. Man I felt so racsist against me. I told her I was actin like she acted when she called me that. A nappy headed hoe when I was just three. Sometimes we have to look in the mirror. My hair fell out I got ten times fold what I did to my mother cause I backed talked. Children respect your parents when they go natural. Now I’m natural the way God made me. I was wonderfully made even in my mothers womb He formed me. He gave me the numbered strands of my head with no perms. God doesn’t make mistakes men does. Come here black people hear this.
I kissed my mothers head an said I love you an I’m sorry. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder as. I beheld her beauty I felt proud to be me. To me I can’t understand what you went through the struggles of whites hatin blacks. I wasn’t born then. All I know was her own cousin when she was a child disowned her for being to nappy n black. while her brothers n sistas called her white skined.
I had a hatred for this callin cause she’s mixed with native not white. Being half the nigga is being with the man they would say. My half native/black grandma wanted to give her away. To some white couple. She told her dark skinned dady this is always my home. He shed tears cause how hatred infested the hearts of his darker kids against her. He told her she was his black daughter. Hatred it much deeper than words. I became a slave to fakeness. I shook off the shackles an walked towards freedom. How many times must I walk free again? Daily you must free yourself from black on black hate. White hate looks an black bashing black. An people bashin black men as worthless free yourself from them. While avoiding those who say black girls aint strong or don’t got what it takes. Avoid people who say your to dark to bigg nosed. If they hate you they must hate themselves. So haters please hate somewhere else. If your to strong for the one you love an they think your ghetto put fabulouse to it. I don’t like every style that you wear your hair exted I love it. An for thoses sistas that want black men africas makin them sweet. So don’t chase after men who only want white. An for them black man who love them some sistas. We out here right in front of you with all hair styles. An for other colors who want some chocolate come hither theirs different shades to pick from.

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