“Thank You”…It Just Doesn’t Seem Enough

I started out with this post before. But I deleted it. I spotted an error (not just a typo either, lol!). See? Thank You, just didn’t seem enough…

My Poetry started as a personal journal of a Nerd, lol! I was a lonely, abused, & a Nerdy child. So, I read a lot and wrote like crazy. I could never keep a journal, because it felt stupid to me writing in a book just because. I had to take it deeper. Sure, as a child I wrote children stories but I loved Poetry. It was and is a World that offers me great comfort & freedom in being ME.

To have others share this with me, read my other social media pages and blog, commenting, sharing their talents/skills, engaging in conversations with others and with me, and yes, even those who just watch and say nothing. It’s a grateful, appreciative & humbling experience. Not to mention I’ve met some really Amazingly Awesome people and shared some Beautiful Positive Vibes.

So I Thank Each & Everyone reading this post & even those who missed it. Thank You All.
~Maxwanette A Poetess

“Namastè & One Love”❤💛💚

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✨❤️💛💚🇯🇲🎈🎼HAPPY EARTH & SPIRITUAL-STRONG ROBERT (BOB) NESTA MARLEY 2/6/1945 ~ 5/11/1981🎼🎈🇯🇲❤️💛💚

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“Always Luvin’ Di Bob!”❤️💛💚

Growing up, Bob Marley’s music wasn’t always being played in my Jamaican home. My Mom, would play a song or two if I was lucky. But Bob wasn’t accepted as some may think. Not at first.

As a child, being a “Rasta” (Rastafarian) was not smiled upon. Many in my parents time, saw Rasta’s as scoundrels, lazy, nasty, worthless, thieves, and good for nothing’s. The worst thing a boy could be was a Rasta. The most unacceptable thing was for a girl to date or be with one. Every culture had/has its “Black Sheep’s” or “Cast-Off’s.” My Mother HATES Rasta. However, before she transcended she saw the side in which I viewed Bob Marley. Out of Love, Honor & Respect for me & the positivity of what Bob represented? My Mom had me loc her hair before she transcended. Blessed❤️💛💚

But as a child, I had to sneak and record Bob’s songs on my cassette recorder & Walkman (okay young people, this before your digital era😂). I learned the words to his songs & sung them ALWAYS. He became my Mentor & his songs my Mantra. His words made such dynamic sense to me, that when listening to him, I’d literally become mesmerized, as my young self meditated & swayed to do riddim. He transcended May 11th, 1981. I was 10 years old. My eldest daughter would be born on that day, 9 years later.

I will admit, I am not necessarily a Rasta. As I do not follow Rastafarianism. I have some Rasta-like ways, mentality, and or beliefs. I grew my own locks for 18 years, reaching my buttocks. I cut them for a 2nd time, as I’m on my own Spiritual journey. However, as many Jamaicans know, “Rasta ah nuh bout yuh hair. Rasta inna ya heart. Rasta inna yuh mine. Rasta inna yuh Soul. Ah serious ting dat!” Who knows, if the Bible can talk about The Prodigal Son, then I can possibly be The Prodigal Rasta Queen. Lol, it can happen 🥰 But Bob made me see the meaning of life…LOVE.

During my life, proudly and with great love, honor & respect I still listen to Bob on a regular basis. He’s deeply rooted within my existence. His songs opened my Mind, Heart, Body & Soul. It is a continuous gift & blessing.

“One Love, One Heart. Let’s Get Together & Feel Alright.”

🦁Jah! Rastarfari. Conquering Lion Of The Tribe Of Judah🦁❤️💛💚

🎈🎈🎈Respect, Guidance, Everlasting Love & Liveity! Happiest Of Existence, Earth & Spiritual-Strong🎈🎈🎈

Blessed, ROBERT NESTA MARLEY❤️💛💚

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Marley

 

“One Love Video”

 

“Buffalo Soldier – Bob Marley & The Wailers”

 

 

 

“Redemption Song Video”

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✨📢THANK YOU📢✨

🌹🥰To everyone who passes by, leaves a comment, engages in conversation, likes my pages; posts, poetry, allows me to use their pictures in my backgrounds, making of new friends, if you read & look yet remain silent – you too 😉, sharing their poetry, announcements, skills, coupled with the love & positive vibes. You all make me feel humbled & honored to share my poetry, view & positive vibes. This one’s for YOU!🥰🌹~Maxwanette A Poetess

“Namastè & One Love”❤️💛💚

“We’re All In This Thing Called Life, TOGETHER…Remember?”