As you walk in the incubator of life, the earth
So must you honor nature and it’s authenticity
I’ve never seen anything as extreme as water
It’s soothing and relaxing when basking on the beach, you forget your worries and focus on the waves
But it can also decide to take you with it on it’s journey as you also transition to a higher level of spiritual life
Surely where am I going with this?
I like how he kisses and hugs me at every given chance
I adore how he dedicates his time to see me
Only until when it gets cold to go outside to see him
I ache for him
Even he’s afraid of the cold and the rain
But when we reunite none relents, we both explode
This time he makes love to me as he bites my skin
You’re more confused now?
I’m talking about the Sun
He will love you as the Nubian Goddess or Nubian Prince that you are
But why do you inflict so much pain on your royal skin?
Is it because of “blackmail”, “blackholes” etc that remind you of the negativity?
Why did the lighter shade of skin fascinate you when they came to the Indigo Continent than they were with yours?
Why do you seek acceptance through chemicals that reveal your weakness?
With that He (*sun) burns you with vengeance to remind you of your roots
Honor your ancestors before Mother Nature takes her course
Before it’s too late to turn back
Before you forget your worth
Before the soil seeks vengeance
Our skin is not meant for the bleaching system
BE BLACK IN ALL SHADES!
Based on a Melanin themed campaign #100DaysofKenyanBeauty by Lynda Ijeoma a self taught Makeup Artist.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Nic Thuita
Accessories by Kellinmwangeka / Fly Stones