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Press Release, Ain't Know Walls To Shelter The Pain by Jacqueline Amos


For Immediate Release
A Poignant and Powerful Book, Author Jacqueline Amos famous poet of the 21s Century speaks through her pen, she states I write not about color to edify who I am , I write about the visual discrimination that have been branded in the blood, it is not the color of a man that makes him who he is, but the righteousness of humanities, and how he serves upon earth, it is the universal sin, man proceeds to identify a man by his color, and not by his deeds, it has become a calamity how man fear the color of ones skin, division that breaks any hopes of diversity, and the fear that he uses as his defense, I write not off division, but the hopes that man can come to terms that we all are one, educating the universe without each other, the world would slowly faze into another hopeless survival, together we stand divided we fall, Man wants to own the world, but he dose not use empowerment to save it, I write about the commitment of change, nevertheless I speak of turmoil's that man refuse to let go, the ancestors who have given blood, that we as a people can put behind us the fear of this obstruction that continues to plague our universe.


In the name of the Almighty God who shed tears, as a mother to a child, if there siblings fight, it brings pain to the heart, a mother who nurtures the love of her child, it leaves a bitter taste, to see them fight and out of ignorance hurt one another, imagine the tears in Gods eyes all women feel the same pain, there is know discrimination of pain genda, sex, or culture.



Brooklyn, NY - March 5, 2007. Where there is dust, there shall be ashes Where there's death, there shall be grieving Ain't know walls to shelter the pain Have I not felt the ashes, and sender? As thee my king, the same that once till dawn In the holocaust of my breed, the same that once till dawn I carried the load of an uncivilized summary Ain't know doors to sheaf the pain.



Have I not felt the pain of you my brother Have I not cried the same song? Have I not watched my babies Descended in this holocaust call revivals? Ain't know doors to sheaf the pain So now the walls close in Seeking for shelter to heal.


Ain't Know Walls To Shelter The Pain, (Author Jacqueline Amos) This book seeks not only to help you Understand Deep in DE' heart, if I can wipe it away I give unto thee in my blood Aint know walls to shelter the pain And I lie far and below, hoping That our walls embrace, to Bring closure of this pain, my tomb Is awaiting the spirit to close Joining as one, the strength Shall widen the walls; And I lye upon the Nile, from DE' Slavery cost, and where it was the Plantation closed, for we must Embrace and reached beyond The ivory cost, and let thy heart Heal each other close.
And there is was the ship went down Drums of the death song But yet I swam upon the sea And broke the chains upon my feet And carried my babies far and above The seed of my nations, I raised upon my head Aint know walls to close I am you and you are me The pain that lives within Ain't know walls to close.



Jacqueline is a graduate of Medgar Evers College, Degree in Education, and minored in Arts Education Jacqueline Amos a publish Author, documented with the Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Shum berg Library Of Black Studies, Ethiopian Coptic Church Museum, American Artist Association, International Word Wide Registry, Harlem Gallery, Harlem State Culture Building, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Medgar Evers College Historical Art Archives, Brooklyn Counsel Of The Arts, Emerald Who's Who's Executives and Professionals, World Wide Artist, Humanitarian Award, Philippians and American People, Proclamation Noumi Arts (Borough President, Howard Golden Proclamation from, (David A. Patterson, New York State Senate, 29th District, Bedford Styvesant Art and Culture, Black Hero's, Medgar Evers College Alumni,


Jacqueline has been feature on many live broadcast, the biography of Jacqueline Amos, City College Round Table Radio, Bcap, The Biography Of Lady Blues, Spiritual Train, T.V. The Biography Of Jacqueline Amos Author, Medgar Evers College Radio Part 1, Part 2, Black Women Artist, Mary Umolou, Jacqueline Also completed Sound Track with James Gaspen, (Bad Boys Productions) Preacher in the Movie Goodnight Mr. Charlie, 18 one women shows in Art, as well as poetry.


To order your copy of, the Ain't Know Walls To Shelter the Pain Let A Black Woman Speak http://www.lulu.com/noumi
For additional information, Contact Author Jacqueline Amos Phone: 718- 455-0289 Email: jackieamos2@netzero.com

About the Author
Art Archives, Brooklyn Counsel Of The Arts, Emerald Who's Who's Executives and Professionals, World Wide Artist, Humanitarian Award, Philippians and American People, Proclamation Noumi Arts (Borough President, Howard Golden Proclamation from, (David A. Patterson, New York State Senate, 29th District, Bedford Stuyvesant Art and Culture, Black Hero's, Medgar Evers College Alumni
Jacqueline has been feature on many live broadcast, the biog

Press Release, Ain't Know Walls To Shelter The Pain by Jacqueline Amos



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Jacqueline Amos



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desvelado comment
Thank you very much for your comments

( Posted by: jackieamos [Member] On: December 5, 2007 )

New Jackie Amos Book
How cool! Like Francisco, I too am looking forward to reading it! Yeah;-) Keep them coming, Jackie! You are loved.

Blessings~

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: December 5, 2007 )





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