Candace 2/A Profile.
|Publication:||Name: Journal of Pan African Studies Publisher: Journal of Pan African Studies Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Social sciences Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2010 Journal of Pan African Studies ISSN: 0888-6601|
|Issue:||Date: Dec, 2010 Source Volume: 4 Source Issue: 2|
Askia M. Toure' is an activist, Africana Studies pioneer, an
award-winning poet, and the author of eight books, including
"DawnSongl, winner of the 2003 Stephen Henderson Award in Poetry.
He is also an American Book Award Winner, 1989. He lives in Boston, and
is a member of the African-American Master Artists-in-Residency Program
(AAMARP) in African-American Studies at Northeastern University, Boston.
He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candace 2/A Profile She was Sheba; dred-locked, prognathous, pristine, lovely, this unique, spring morning, filling these moments with sunlight. Primal rhythms sang from swaying hips, counter-pointing her sacredness: dusky sibyl implying Amharic grandeur, unsung for millennia upon our human tongues. But time was upon us that instance, and she its awakening agent: prima donna nilotic, blessed with brilliant smiles against erotic bronze.
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