Wednesday, June 7, 2017


Jamaican vixen standing in the waters of Blue Lagoon, Port Antonio.

This is a vision of a part of the aftermath of the brutality of the British's enslavement of West African men, women and children and the slaughter of the indigenous people of the island of Jamaica. I think about these things. One should never lose sight, or memory of these things because (for one reason) those spirits have gone nowhere distant from the present.

It all makes me wonder how the Jamaican proverb: "
Mi tro mi corn, but mi no call no fowl!" fits into this scheme of thinking present throughout the African Diaspora! - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories [June 07, 2017]

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