Black Lives Matter poetry

Black and Proud — Veronica Daniel, UK

Looking into the past Thinking of the future Always running fast Black and Proud Captured into Slavery Hold your head up high The road seems long Black and Proud Music which is timeless Songs full of hope Listen to their voices Black and Proud Praying for a change All the colours united Let us all […]

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Feast — Karen Campbell, UK

Karen writes, ‘This poem is in part autobiographical, speaking of my family, but also about the Church and world.’ Consider sharing this at a communion service. Mummy says ‘Come, for the feast is spread!’ She cracks the sweet between her teeth; A piece for you, a piece for me, No one on top, no one […]

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