Mother of All

Mother of All

A Poem by Abdul Batin Osman Bey

A nod to the Zoe's of the world


We all come from the womb of a black woman

That is natural

That is supernatural

It doesn’t matter the color of your skin

It doesn’t matter were you are, going, or been

We all came from one origin

One God, One Aim, One Destiny


Apprecilove the black woman

She is your root and source

From her you can never divorce

You can try to deny her

It won’t change the reality

That you are her descendant


We all come from the womb of the black woman

Flood and Garden


We all come from the womb of a black woman

Accept her don’t deny her


I apprecilove the black woman

The root and source of all humanity

Celebrate divinity

Honor our common ancestry

Re-educate yourself in history

With new eyes that see


Even those who hate the black woman

Know that she still loves you

She weeps for you

Wanting her children to be peaceful

Calling her children home to Africa

JAH bless the soil of the earth


Black woman- supernatural

Black woman- most natural

Root and source of all humanity


Root and Source

Root and Source

Black woman


© 2012 Abdul Batin Osman Bey

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Added on August 2, 2012
Last Updated on August 2, 2012
Tags: Africa, Black, womb, supernatural, God, Aim, Destiny, reality, descendant, humanity, love, peace, Jah, Earth


Abdul Batin Osman Bey
Abdul Batin Osman Bey

Cambridge, MA

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