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The Unknown Poet by Kimball Zellous

The Unknown Poet

by Kimball Zellous

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MeI love me enough to respect my father. I love me enough to cherish my mother. I love me enough to love my brothers and sisters of all colors. I love me enough to think before I speak. I love me enough to know God has total control over me. I love me enough to be lonely and wait for that special sister that will make both our lives complete. I love me enough not to carry a gun; enough not to cause my brother or sister harm. I love me enough to stand strong in a land that hostile to a black man. I love me enough to bless the heaven, the sky, the land, and sea. Brothers and sisters if you didn't know, now you know I truly, truly love me.With his unique and compelling style, poet Kimball F. Zellous offers sensual, flawless, full-flavored flow of poetry blended with smooth jazz rhythms. His approach is rough, strong, and hard, driven by his love and praise for God. Zellous tackles a gamut of issues including race, religion, and love; but his voice strikes the note of truth in us all. Indulge your senses and take a look into your soul with The Unknown Poet.

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