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Black Girl, Black Woman
By Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer)
Published January 20, 2011

Wellington’s Road


She walks with a defined attitude. With a strut and switch unmatched. Clear on her perspectives. And solid on her intentions. Never in doubt of her power. She can move mountains. Get a crowd’s attention. Make a man listen up. Make a woman anger up. She’s snaps her fingers to a beat. Where’s a stiletto like none other. Always in fashion. Her sense of style is her own. A spirit sometimes untamed. A heart that is loving all the same. The backbone of her community. The voice of the sad and lonely. She stands out among the rest. She strives to be the best. She is woman personified. Her gravitational pull immeasurable. She has a soul that runs deep. Hers is a mysterious mystique. Many know her. Her legend sometimes untold. Her beauty is something. Something to behold.

 

 

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