Ode-

The Black Woman With a shell necklace and pear earrings.
The Black Man with coco butter scent and wearing sandles.
The black baby with a wide smile and with a lot of hair.
Brown Brown . beautiful Brown.
Love is in my heart for the black people.
That’s how I see the black see me. (With love in their hearts)
That is how I love the black people.
Making food for the kitchen.
going out to sing on the stage.
Or to drive. drive someplace.
The black people have such pretty singing voices.
I love to appreciate their soul.
Brown. Brown Beautiful Brown.

Cast

Cast by a glance.
Meshed by the inlet of coral and clown fish.
swimming in the intuitive.
with only the know to go by.
with much to call learned.
the clown fish have masks on.
I am all of them.
all of the clown fish.
all of the masks to be worn.

Cast by a dance.
meshed by the bay of supposition.
dashing by doors and staying to the narrow hall.
With only the know to go by.
with much to call learned.
the supposition has disguises.
I am not all of them.
not all of the things learned.
not all of the things known.

Cast by a spell.
meshed in the cove of love.
pelted by rain as the green wall in waiting
with only the know to go by.
with much to call learned.
The cove of love has Christ.
I am all for him.

All for the clown fish.
All for the masks.
All for the narrow hall.
All for the things learned and known.
All for the All in Jesus..
All for the cove of love.