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Thu, 24.09.2009

BLACK ETHICS by Sterling D. Plumpp.

Not a new thing
but an excavated gem
long lost in centuries
of self-separations.

Will make a man strong
ready to die for his
woman/ child/ and country/
which is obscured in doubt.

the priceless dynamo
called human love that
makes a man, a man,
and moves him to self-pride…..

Reference:
Sterling Plumpp

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