Bough To Love

Poem By Will Philip

The bent black boughs of the cherry trees, bring relief, through the beauty of their gifts.
Bearing blossoms, they bring pleasure to all who observe them.
Reminding me of the labour, of the black women in africa,
refreshing those they Love, with their beautiful gifts of,
water food & tenderness.

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