Age of Awareness
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Age of Awareness

we crave freedom.

The Color of My Skin

A Poem on Blackness.

Photo by Houcine Ncib on Unsplash

I.
They beat us in the open
They incarcerate us to teach us a lesson
They shoot us in the back
They shoot us because we are black

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