The Legacy of The Nubian Sisters Of Strength Color Me Rainbow We All Are One

by Jacqueline Amos



The Legacies of the African Queens. 
Shall always have the strength of a rock, 
Even though they may not see eye to eye, 
The magnet of there spirit shall never be broke,
I raise you my sister that your beauty 
shine upon the world. 

You are a jewel from God. That cannot be erased.
She walks with battle of the scars on her back,
She also where the scars in her hands. 
We as all women sing the same song. 
Sisterhood shall never be broken 
because we are as one. 

Trophesies shall be the words of her tongue.
We the Nubian Queens the warrior of our turf.
The creations that flow, 
Through the temple of Godís great love. 
I give to thee the spoken words of the pen.
Cry not for me, I women of all colors and skin,
Thou eyes will be the coming of the lord, 
Thy hands shall be the soil that makes great men,
Thou strength shall be of the rock. 

The crying mountains that stand tall, 
I rise in the name of women; I cry no victim song,
My sister lean your back upon me, the rivers will open.
As we carry the cross, walking the sea, 
As Jesus the love within thee, is the love within me.
I cry no victim song. I rise in the name of rebirth,
I know where my voice belongs. 

The fountain of tears, 
Human nature raises the flag of women, 
All countries and ties, within great nations of love.
Oh thou earth opens, as women cry together we stand.
I reclaim the Universe. 

Women submerging from death to life. 
The seas bring words of God, 
Great love shall be restored, 
As women walk together as one, 
The rivers open speciesí of all women, 
Cry the same song, the pain of birth. 
Documents the strength as one. 

The fountain of tears, 
Human nature raises the flag of women, 
All countries and ties, within great nations of love.
Oh thou earth opens, as women cry together we stand.
I reclaim the Universe.

The Legacy of The Nubian Sisters Of Strength Color Me Rainbow We All Are One by Jacqueline Amos

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