This Book is a collection of Poems from the perspective of a Single Black Mother raising two children on her own
The book is a plea in poetry fashion to the African American Community to Stop Putting Each Other Down
This is a book of Poetry where culturally The African American Community is set apart in various life experiences
This Book represents a Consolidation of 5 Poetry Books in one. "A Single Black Mother," " In Honor of Our Mothers," "A People Set Apart", "Let's Stop Putting Each Other Down", "The Invisible Man",
Stay tuned for New Poetry Book Collections coming out in the near future!
Featured as "Ella" in the
"Invisible in Austin"
Mothers Head Count
Its Mother's Day and the children gathered at home,
A head count is taken to see which one is gone.
The oldest or youngest, whoever is not home is missed,
Each child has his own place on mother's secret list.
The heart hides a pocket, keeping the written past of each,
A very private pocket where only Mom can reach.
A Prayer for the missing child is quietly said inside,
Hoping that the Lord above will hear and protect her child.
by Thelma Williams
Individual Poems can be purchased with frames for 6.00 each includes shippping and handling 5.00 for pick up.
Contact Thelma Williams at 512-452-7349 to place order over the phone; please fill form for orders that will will requiring shipping.