Unbroken Chain By Harold Murphy
This poem is dedicated to the unbroken chain of black poets who have given us a legacy or poetic treasure to share; and to the legacy of Beaver Fitzgerald, the Founder of The Facts
Newspaper in Seattle Washington.
Me And The Mule
My old mule, He’s got a grin on his face. He’s been a mule so long He’s forgotten about his race.
I’m like that old mule – Black—and don’t give a damn! You got to take me Like I am
The author of the above poem is Langston Hughes (1902-1967). A noted strong ling od the Unbroken Chain of Black Poets