|pregnancy of hers has no words to convey the beauty, the warmth, the comfort of knowing deep things father and child will never know, only sense. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories|
"Pregnant Black woman's gentleness ceases and
begins a struggle between Life and Death. . ."
- Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories
"I am always astounded because I am in awe at the splendor of the way pregnant women of the darker hue expand the idea the Ancients left in them! There are other things that birth during the days of the carrying a child, but the beauty is the splendor, the holiness is the essence without words. May you breath and birth when it is time for the child to come forth!" - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4/22/17
|Pregnant Black mother in her joy.|
|My Protector by Sterling Brown|