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Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

A black phenomenal man


A Black phenomenal man

   In the beginning God made him very special, then he blow into his body life and there he stood and, came forth. His heart beat was like the sounds of an Africa drum when played. He was made to be strong in mind, soul, and body. From  birth he was gifted talents for all eyes and ears to bare witness that something great was made. He became the apple of Gods eye, God gave him  dominion in his hand, That's  Gods plan for him to carry out a promise that was planted before he step out his mothers womb a vision that will change the nations course of history. Phenomenal he is, black bold, and beautiful, on thee inside, intelligent, far  beyond his time of his days  as slave. Now that's why the  slave master could not truly brake his spirt. Their may have been blood shed of words of heart that landed on the grounds to touch the graves of the formal slaves that paved the way, with An awaking of change is  to take place. They tried to stop him by killing him, and trying to destroy the dream, the vision, the gift that was placed in him. He is a Black phenomenal Great man made to take over!  to rule in places that great minds before him  can't even imagine that day would ever come. Possible is now a possibility, Phenomenally, phenomenal, Black man Thats me.  Sir Clarence of greater 

Submitted: Monday, October 01, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
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