Poem: Black Daughter Confronts Black Mother About Father

19 Jul

Hello Your Black Poets! This poem was posted in response to one of the last features I did by Philip-Paul Grimes called “I Could Not Survive Outside My Blackness.” This is a very touching poem about a black child inquiring of her mother why she can’t see her father. I hope you all enjoy!

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Ayvaunn Penn is a spoken word artist and an award winning writer completing her degree in English and philosophy. For more of her witty-word works click here.

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