Black Love

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Dive deeply into the waters of my soul;
Man is not willing to take that risk.
He will drown in my love,
My deep dark black love,
He is afraid of my love.

When it consumes him,
He will die in my love.
So dive deeply into my love,
My deep dark black love,
Black man consume me with your love;

But first we must die to self…
That’s the only way we can know love.
Free yourself; for there is liberty in love.
Love yourself; for there is happiness in love.
Forgive yourself; for there is healing in love.

Dive deeply into the waters of my soul,
And there I will meet you;
Where God resides…

 
©Free Your Mind 2011

 

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About Dr. Rae

Raechel “Dr. Rae” Rivers was born, raised, and currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri. She has enjoyed creative writing since childhood, but her love of writing grew even stronger during her college years. “Dr. Rae” prides herself on being able to convey such “real” messages about the journey of love. Her words, racy at times, are what some readers need to hear; would not otherwise say, and appreciate for truth and honesty about love-life situations. “Journey to Self: Journey to Love” is her first self-published book printed by Authorhouse. She completed an Ed.S., Educational Specialist degree, in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2011; and is a world-renowned Writer, Entrepreneur, and Love Coach. Her life's mission involves encouraging women and young women of all ages to “work on you and love yourself just the way you are”. Raechel’s book, blog, and message on Self-Love have gained national and international popularity. As a result, she founded Embrace Enterprises and Publishing in 2012 to teach youth and adults about Self-Love and pursuing their purpose and passions. Her company’s motto is “Embrace You; A Lifestyle to Be You”. Additionally, Ms. Rivers also offers workshops on Writing, Publishing, Entrepreneurship, and one-on-one Love Coaching Sessions. She believes that “love is a journey where you go searching and ultimately find yourself”.

4 responses »

  1. Men need swimming lesson so they will learn how to dive and handle the jump. Love this!!! **snapping fingers***

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