Mother of civilization.
Oh beautiful woman,
Thou are beyond description.
Queen of the people of Mamba.
Jambo to all those in heaven
Bless you too my dear mama.
Royal Nubian Queen.
The backbone of her man
You'll do anything to help him win.
Single Black woman
Made of broken pieces
You're the breadwinner,Superwoman.
You're the symbol of strength in all places.
Daughter of Eve's.
Thou are God's true specimen,
And the apple of his eyes.
Daughter of Africa.
Blueprint of a **** woman,
Dark hue of coffee arabica.
Mother of humanity
Chieftess of ancient Nyngoman,
Mama Africa's bounty.
My Mandingo bride.
First woman of Africa's Eden
Center of God's black tribe.
My Yoruba Queen.
Envied by the women of Oman,
Cafe ou lair, cream of Africa's cream!
Queen of Wakanda.
Come and flip your wand,
Find the soul of Sarafina.
In your womb lies Africa's future.
My Lormah woman
Oyobuays marvels at your structure.
Perpetual envy of the silicon woman.
Pride of the Black man,
The essence of a real woman.
Lillies of the African plains.
Thou are Eve of the African Eden,
Best of the portraits that nature paints.
Full, thick natural lips.
Real assert of the Black woman,
Nature gets aroused by your hips.
Ellen Sirleaf, today's woman,
Africa's first female president.
A Liberian woman,
Loved and revered wherever she went.
Smile ,Gambian woman,
You're daughter of Sarakunda.
Roots of the Black American woman,
Captives of the kanda Bolinga.
South African woman
Sang for freedom and fought like a man
You were truly Soweto's finest Deva.
Dark ebony woman,
You are red, yellow and green.
Hanmatan wind stops at your command,
Born to slay and be seen.
Thou are the only reason
God put Adam in a coma.
Your perpetual beauty transcends time and Season.
Under your cleavage, the Nile flows
And between your fingers, golden threads are woven,
You are the reason Beyonce glows.
Harriet Tubman, brave woman
Smuggled slaves underground.
She was a freed Black slave woman,
Who avowed to leave no soul behind.
Maya Angelou, gifted poetess.
Famous writer and a Black woman
Will be remembered for her poetic prowess.
Native African woman,
Africa's limestone and cement.
A mother, a wife, virtuous woman,
Lioness and the spine of the continent.
Roots of my poetry, you gave me life
You are every woman.
Your edges are sharper than the Sumarais knife.
For mama and all the black Queens.