I should have fucked on you last night Got my pussy ate and bussed a nut on you last night Not coming home over one petty fight What happened to communication in state of plight? I should've had another nigga laying in your spot Digging in my guts, hitting all the right spots Cuz you think I'm the one to try but nigga I think not Would've let him eat the apple til that shit rot I could've got away with it would've never gotten caught I should've fucked on you last night! Oh you mad? Are my words not endearing? Well I don't give a fuck, Nigga you need to hear it You ain't happy here? Well baby please clear it Because when you finally came home this morning, My only thought was "I should've fxcked on you last night" . - Chy Blvck Poetry ✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾✍🏾 ----------------------------- Diary of a mad woman When he screws you over, again and again The thoughts of getting your own revenge One that would hurt him so deep The taste of being even is oh so sweet But I ask you this, is it worth it? Using your body in a manner that's almost worthless? Bringing down your own worth, bihh? I think not. . ♡ - . - ♡ . - . - #poe#poetrycommunity #writersofinstagram #igpoets #quotes #blackwriter #unapologeticallyblack #cheyanneblvck #nat#naturalhairney #blackhair #healthy_hair_journey  #selflove #blackwomen #poetry #spilledink #beautiful #hairgoals #chyblvckpoetry #midnightthoughts #naturalhair #ifaheartcouldspeak
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TODAYS COMMUNICATION WEDNESDAY MESSAGE: Put your words into action!!! 2018 we Manifesting tf outta everything we want/NEED!! 💥But PAUSE... DEAR BRETHERN/ SISTREN✋🏽.. 😒why us black folk love to be seen and heard... and be loud/ boisterous about it; making spectacles of ourselves ...telling ALLLLL THE WORLD AND social media all the plans instead of keeping quiet about our strategies??? 🙄😩🤐 smh PLEASE ADVISE ME HOW THAT WORKS?!?! How can you EVER WIN A WAR, making all your plans readily accessible to the enemy 🤔 instead of staying quiet and only posting your victories?? ... Why we like to be seen flashing! We gotta think more tactfully about our EVERY MOVE! That’s a word- new moon, New You 2018! #newmoon #issaword #strategies #gameplan #playbook #quiet #topsecret #preach #preacher #blackpeople #warfare #spiritual #political #economics #waronmelanin #realshit #unapologeticallyblack #unapologeticallyafrican #unapologeticallyafrikan #2018goals #motivation #makemoves #behindcloseddoors #blackunity #blackcommunity #communication #wcw #teampanafrikan #ilovebeingblack #repost @kijafa_maat
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Too cute
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When Muhammad Ali Met a Man on a Ledge.... Photos taken by Los Angeles Times photographer Boris Yaro. The story goes....On Monday, Jan. 19, 1981, Yaro heard a report of a suicidal jumper on his radio. His editor wasn't interested by Yaro drove down to the site regardless, where he found a young black man in flared jeans and a hoodie, perched on an office-building fire escape nine floors above. “Joe,” as he was named in reports, had been up there for hours. According to a police spokesman, “he seemed to think he was in Vietnam — with the Viet Cong coming at him.” A crowd gathered on the street below, goading Joe to jump to his death. Police officers, a psychologist and a chaplain leaned out of a nearby window, imploring him to come inside. “I’m no good,” he shouted, dangling his feet over the side whenever someone got too close. “I’m going to jump!” Ali’s best friend, Howard Bingham, was at the scene. He called Ali, who lived nearby. “About four minutes later,” Bingham later told reporters, “Ali comes driving up the wrong side of the street in his Rolls-Royce with his lights blinking.” Yaro watched Ali run into the building and took photographs of what happened next. One captures the fighter, in a dark suit and tie, his smooth face expressionless, leaning out a window, peering almost casually around a pillar to get a look at Joe. Yards away, Joe is balanced on a ledge, one foot in front of the other, gripping a pillar as he leans out over empty space. Ali leaned out and shouted to Joe: “You’re my brother! I love you, and I couldn’t lie to you.” Soon, he made his way to the fire escape, put an arm around Joe and guided him inside. The two walked out of the building together, got in Ali’s car and drove, after a stop at a police station, to a nearby V.A. hospital. ❤❤❤ #Ali #MuhammadAli #TheGreatest #TheGoat #TheChamp #PeoplesChamp #TheChampIsHere #FloatLikeAButterfly #StingLikeABee #Boxer #Boxing #BoxingLegend #Legends #Humble #HappyBirthday #NaturalGirlRock #BlackGirlsRock #BlackGirlMagic #MyBlackIsBeautiful #Bla#Blackness #BlackLivesMatter #MelaninPoppin #Hiphop #HipHopCulture #HipHopCommunity #Workout #Hustle #UnapologeticallyBlack #Greatness #Blackness
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@michelleobama - There are no sufficient words to describe what you mean to us... so we’ll just leave it at this: THANK YOU. . One of our favorite quotes from our forever First Lady, “your success will be determined by your own confidence and fortitude.” . Would love to hear from our community in the comments.. what does #michelleobama mean to you? Sound off in the comments. #motivationforblackpeople
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FUJKSJSK
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Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o (@lupitanyongo) will publish her debut children’s book “Sulwe” next January. “Sulwe,” which means “star” in Ms. Nyong’o’s native language, Luo, is the story of a 5-year-old girl growing up in Kenya. In the book, Sulwe has the darkest skin color in her family, a fact that makes her uncomfortable and determined to find a way to lighten her skin. As the story unfolds Sulwe embarks on a whimsical adventure in the night sky that, coupled with advice from her mother, helps her see beauty differently. For Ms. Nyong’o, the decision to touch on these heavy and often difficult themes in a children’s book was obvious. The story plants seeds in a child’s mind, allowing for later access to lessons that children “don’t necessarily recognize when they are reading the books,” said Ms. Nyong’o in an interview. When thinking about her own journey into acceptance and self-love, Ms. Nyong’o cited reading with her mother as critical to her development. Like Sulwe, Ms. Nyong’o struggled with her complexion and self-image as a child. Growing up, she remembers becoming more aware of herself in grade school and caring about the opinions of others. It was around that time that she also noticed the language people outside of her family used to describe her “brown and pretty,” lighter skinned sister. Ms. Nyong’o candidly acknowledged being self-conscious of her darker skin in an unforgettable speech in 2014. She then used her remarks to deliver a powerful message about the importance of race and representation in Hollywood and beyond. She also addressed a young fan who decided against lightening her skin after witnessing Ms. Nyong’o’s success as an actress. “I hope that my presence on your screens and in magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel validation of your external beauty, but also, get to the deeper business of being beautiful inside,” she said. With “Sulwe,” Ms. Nyong’o hopes to target children in these precarious years, that time between 5 and 7 years old when “you learn all the things that you spend the rest of your life trying to unlearn.” (@nytimes)
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This look cane just in time for this crazy Georgia weather😤 ain’t had no school in 2 days☹️❄️💨
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Heart so cold like the weather🌬 maybe I need a shorty just to warm me up like a sweater🌡🤔 a jacket just don't cut it, I need something better..... just some thoughts I write in my letter.. to whom this may concern ------------------------------------ #atl#atl#atlantagia #atlanta #georgia #sno#snow #snow #atl #wednesday #weekendvibes #january #2018 #poetry #iwrite #life #love #africanamerican #unapologeticallyblack #model #explorepage
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Might be my fav snap chat filter 💃🏾
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Posting this again, everyone needs to know who Emmett Till was. Link in bio/ Postar igen, alla borde veta vem Emmett Till var. Länk i bion; “I was hoping that one day she would admit it, so it matters to me that she did, and it gives me some satisfaction,” said Wheeler Parker, 77, a cousin of Emmett’s who lives near Chicago. “It’s important to people understanding how the word of a white person against a black person was law, and a lot of black people lost their lives because of it. It really speaks to history, it shows what black people went through in those days.” • And still do. Google "Emmett Till" if you're not familiar with the case. Googla "Emmett Till" om du ej är bekant med fallet. ☟☟☟☟☟ #EmmettTill #EmmettStill #BlackLivesMatter #BlackPride #UnapologeticallyBlack
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I am black. I am woman. I am magical.
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Need to catch up or start your Afro Goddess Tarot Arcanas collector's art print collection? Enjoy FREE SHIPPING til midnight tonight!!! Use code: "AGTAROT" Why the wait? 🤔Ive chosen public instead of private production and release, because alot of black women are ill informed and unjustly afraid of the tarot. I want to show them it's beautiful and spiritual nature. So I'm hoping to broaden alot of horizons to a new way of thinking...even tho this will be a long journey (hoping to release the deck itself in September 2018), it will be a beautiful labor of love for both tarot and the black culture. Want to support the birth and creation of this deck? You can support by purchasing the 5×7 collector's art prints for only $5 each!!!! And when you support with the purchase of all 78 cards you will receive the deck at it's completion for free!!!! So head to the link in the bio and I can't wait to see all the creative ways you all will display these powerful pieces in your home!!! #art #tarot #blackart #melanin #Blackgirlmagic #afro #afrowitch #panafrican #zodiac #tarotcards #melaninmagic #dop#dopeblackart #dope #spirituality #manifestation #agta2018 #sup#supportblackart #support #blackgirltarot #myblackisbeautiful #divinefeminine #energy #locs #goddess #blackexcellence #magic #hoodoo #moonchild #unapologeticallyblack #blacklove
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media and white people only started embracing and liking Muhammad Ali after he got parkinson’s and became more soft and quieter. Make no mistake, at his prime, when he was loud and boastful and speaking out against the establishment, he was not liked by anybody but us. General public only like black men when they are soft and docile. Also alot of arabic muslims who now claim Muhammad Ali only do because of his religion and not because of his blackness or the stances he took. Muhammad Ali’s legacy is bastardized by alot of non-bkack outsiders. When he died alot of them failed to note the hard pro-black stances that he spoke out about. The real Muhammad Ali was a man who stood up for the rights of black people and was not a liberal pawn. Ask Iron Mike. Rest In Peace to Muhammad Ali. #PanAfricanism #BlackNationalism#BlackEmpowerment #AfricanEmpowerment#AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride#BlackPower #BlackLivesMatter #Amerikkka#UnapologeticallyBlack #UnapologeticallyAfrican#BlackInAmerica #BlackIsBeautiful #KnowThySelf#KnowledgeOfSelf #KnowledgeOfSelfIsANationality#EconomicEmpowerment #IntegrationFailed#WhiteLiesMatter #Education #AfricanUnification#AfricanUnity #BlackLove #JusticeOrElse #ProBlack
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"I AM STRONG I AM POWERFUL I AM BEAUTIFUL I AM INTELLIGENT I AM WORTHY MY LIFE MATTERS!" . . . “Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose to use this force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively using words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate and to humble.” . . . In My Words are Super Powers, siblings Malik and Mya learn the powerful impact of their thoughts and words on themselves and those around them. "The truth is that our thoughts and words are very powerful. When you speak negative words, think negative thoughts and have negative feelings, it can damage all the good things in your life."..."Your words can build people up or tear them down. They can make someone feel happy or sad, encouraged or defeated."...Knowing the power of their thoughts and words, Malik and Mya’s loving family start each day reciting positive affirmations together: “I am kind and caring. I am strong in my mind, in my body and in my heart. I love my brown skin. I am beautiful, bold and brilliant! I am grateful for what I have and I will help people who aren’t as fortunate as I am. I will always work hard and do my best.” Our adult beliefs are the habitual thought patterns we learned as children. Words and thoughts create and shape our life experiences so it can be truly transformative to plant seeds of positivity, self-love and empowerment from a young age. . . . The @joy@joyfulblackchild book series is one that aims to affirm and empower children of color by promoting positive self-acceptance, self-worth, confidence, authenticity and being unapologetically Black. Thank you to Porsha Hargrove for instilling invaluable life lessons through this series, and for reflecting and uplifting strong Black children and families. This book is phenomenal! For more on My Words are Superpowers, or to stay updated on Porsha’s work and series, check her out at @affirmingblkvoices and @joyfulblackchild ✨
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Hey, black girl! When the going gets tough you get tougher. Ships don't sink because of the water around them; ships sink because of the water that gets in them. A real queen never drowns, for her crown floats. . ♡ - . - ♡ . - . - #poe#poetrycommunity #writersofinstagram #igpoets #quotes #blackwriter #unapologeticallyblack #cheyanneblvck #nat#naturalhairjourney #blackhair #healthy_hair_journey  #selflove #blackwomen #poetry #spilledink #beautiful #hairgoals #chyblvckpoetry #midnightthoughts #naturalhair #ifaheartcouldspeak
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Happy birthday to the one and only FLOTUS @michelleobama 🖤
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Stand up for your health. Dead meat is poison.
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“...; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.” -Alexander Graham Bell . . . #kingstreet #toronto #entertainmentdistricttoronto #cntower #cntowertoronto #marshalls #snow #canada #hudsonbay #olympics #brickhouse #cold #brickaf #15hours #photography #blue #blackandabroad #hbcu #blackmen #unapologeticallyblack
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When you know your worth buy can’t figure out why others don’t... #mel#melaninin #unapologeticallyblack #blackexcellence #melanin #knowyourworth
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