Black History Hitman

Black History Hitman
By Robert T. Davenport

I am the Black History Hitman,
A warrior of truth, a relentless force,
Unleashing the power of our past,
To shatter the chains that bind us fast.

In the depths of my soul, a fire burns,
A flame ignited by the lessons learned,
From the struggles and triumphs of those before,
Whose spirits guide me, forevermore.

I am the embodiment of resilience,
A testament to the strength we possess,
For I carry the weight of ancestral pain,
Transforming it into a mighty hurricane.

With each step I take, I honor their fight,
Their sacrifices, their unwavering might,
I am the echo of their silenced voices,
A vessel for their stories, their choices.

I am the Black History Hitman,
A guardian of our heritage, a beacon of light,
I wield the pen as my weapon, my might,
To rewrite the narrative, to set things right.

I am the embodiment of black excellence,
A symbol of hope, a catalyst for change,
I challenge the world to see our worth,
To acknowledge our contributions, our rebirth.

Through the pages of time, I navigate,
Unearthing the hidden, the forgotten, the great,
For our history is vast, a treasure untold,
A legacy of resilience, more valuable than gold.

I am the Black History Hitman,
A warrior of knowledge, a seeker of truth,
I stand tall, unyielding, in the face of adversity,
For I am the embodiment of our collective journey.

So let the world bear witness to our might,
To the brilliance that shines, day and night,
For I am the Black History Hitman,
And I will forever fight, with all my might.

About this poem

For My People I Stand...

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Written on July 05, 2023

Submitted by BigNuttyTheBlackBishop on January 06, 2024

1:36 min read

Quick analysis:

Scheme ax Axbb xxcc dxee ffgg Afff dxhh iijj Axkk ffaf
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,555
Words 321
Stanzas 10
Stanza Lengths 2, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4

Discuss the poem Black History Hitman with the community...

  • rcatron1963
    You should read my work Played By The Game, I feel you will relate to it.
    LikeReply5 months ago
  • alanswansea18
    I wish I could come up with the words you do. But I don't have it. But you do.
    LikeReply5 months ago


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