i am the mother of a lion i am grateful for . . . i am skeptical of . . . i am the mother of judah praises be unto The Most High fire burn anythang an’ anyone that does not recognize his mane his tribe he comes from royal bloodline i have a difficult time sending him back to school this means him leaving me - his mother leaving HIM - his father still we send him off to unfamiliar place hoping he recognizes his face and the holiness that is within kindergarten was tantrums a box made of tape (designed by his teacher) for him to sit in when he could not be still i am the mother of a lion i am no longer grateful i refuse to accept the cage the meetings the politics/poly tricks of school i am the mother of a lion and you will honor him as such
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