To my sisters who are “mamas” of big, strong, handsome, young black men,
We share the “mama” part, we mamas of sons, but your burdens are greater than mine.
You and I worry about our boys’ health, and opportunities and decisions and loves,
But you also worry that the people who are supposed to protect our boys, might instead
You have to teach your boys a lesson, I would never even conceive of,