This book contains a collection of poems about some of the most amazing, successful, bravest, intelligent and creative African American women ever known and unknown. Like Harriet Tubman as called in this book, 'Queen of the glowing moon'. Dr. Maya Angelou, 'Queen of Verse'. Ida B. Wells,'Queen of Human Rights'. Hallie Quinn Brown,'The Great Educator'. Opral Winfrey, 'Queen of talk Show'. Sojourner Truth,'Queen of Thought.' Including my dear departed Mother who taught me how to read and write when no one else could,Mrs. Johnnie Mae Worthon, 'My Queen'.
And last, but not at all the least a poem written for Michelle Obama who has reached the highest level of all,a t this present day and age to be called the one and only, 'Queen of Queens'.
|Publisher:||R.L. Worthon,, Jr|
|File size:||190 KB|
About the Author
Born on the Westside of Chicago,Illinois. Robert was raise on the Southside of town and has been writing and publishing non-fiction, fiction, short stories and poetry for over 20 years. By trade, he has been employed in the fields of and mastered automotive technology, diesel technology / Heavy equipment,as well as industrial/commercial mechanics in the same time span. In 2007, Robert was promoted to an engineering assistant and since that time he has been employed at operating some of the largest structures such as production plants, arenas and skyscrapers in the midwest. His hobbies includes chess, studying logic in several languages and basketball. As a youth he once told his large family that after he accomplished his mechanical dreams and before his age took it's course, that he would begin a literary career. He lives up to this promise in 2013.