What Your Black Friends Don't Tell You: A Must Read Book for Whites and Their Black Friends
This book doesn't have one main plot. It has 35 of them. These are story poems of animals that act like humans. They have their problems just like real people. They pull tricks on one another. They laugh. cry, feel bad, cheat, fight, love and what have you. But at the end of each short story there is usually a moral or a hard learned lesson that teaches them how wrong they were to start trouble in the first place and how to live peacefully.
Some of the poetry is funny, some silly, sad or thoughtful. The poem of the horse and the cow, "True Friends", shows that love lasts forever. The animals also can see each others differences. Some are respected, some aren't. Take for example Noah's Ark. The story in the Bible and mine is that you hear the animals version and their point of view.
You're also going to read about a turtle who went to the circus for the first time and what happened to him. There's a story about a fox who keeps trying to crash into a camp site but is put off by a huge dog everytime.
There is a story that all mailmen will love.Maybe by reading this book a lot of adults will probably remember the antics of their own pets when they were small.
Even a story about Saint Francis makes it into the book. It is about my own dog "Freddie the Freeloader, now in heaven. There is a story about a lion who thought that this would never happen to him.
A poem about a stone cat who yearns to be alive is very interesting..
A lot of these story poems will have you saying to yourself how true, how true.
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Scene At Edgewater Park Justice
White Folks Out Dog Each Other
Failure at Being White
White Folks Still Dont Get It
Touched By a Black Angel
All Americans are African Americans
Will The Real America Please Stand Up
Monday Night Football
Off My Mind
When Its O K To Use The NWord
White Humor is Not Funny
The Shadow Do
The Secret of The Morman Church
O J Simpson Backlash
White Folks Just Dont Get It
Black Privilege A Fantasy
Racism a Poem By Carl A Benson
Even You Know This is Stupid
Marrying a White Woman
No Wonder Were Schizophrenic
Its Not about The Money Its The Trust
Racism as an Illness
The Iraqi War
What You See Is What You Get
Those Who Forget The Past
White Folks And Their Causes
The Human Family
The Melting Pot The Naive Years
Black Bunker Hill
My Last Hope and My Testament
Come Together Right Now