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Too often we are given a face of hate, a face that has always been one of evil or of sinister intent.

My first thought on the reality of who we are as a people is not the one projected by the media or projected by the church.

I see us as the children of the lord, as his messengers noble proud and strong.

So came this little poem.

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He Came

He came with wings on fire,

skin black as the night,

a messenger from god.

Be not afraid, he said to me,

with a voice of love.

I looked at him trembling and said,

why would the devil come for me,

I’ve lived a righteous life.

He laughed a loud and joyous laugh.

If the devil came for you my child,

he would never dress so fine.

He Came was originally published on chicagodefender.com

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