BLACK AND WHITE WEDDING NIGHT
With your dark skin against my white,
We will have a ‘colour’ful night.
Rednecks may call our love a sin;
We’re past their scorn, the love we’re in.
Now we are married at long last,
We nail our colours to love’s mast
In the act of consummation
And mixed race child procreation.
You were SO stunning in that dress
Of white, which I slowly undress
To see the black grow, like a tide,
In extent on my soon bare bride.
I eager embrace our contrast
In a love we pledged to make last.
This ebony and ivory
Enjoy side by side unity.
Black limbs soon twine around the white
Body, whose arms return favour tight.
The black on white, and white on black
Are turns we take upon each back.