Mary Magdalene by Kristina Neal Mosley

I ain’t holding hands with Jesus, cause’ he got his boys

Seem like, we good for a few feet washing and stirring meals

He didn’t come for me, but I’ve poured my life’s oil,

Although he chose his twelve, I’m sure there were more


What about Deborah and Jael who nailed their enemy through, with a hammer

There was Prophetess Ann, that she would see the king,

Esther’s suicidal tendencies to lay down her life for her God and her people


This great cloud of witnesses, were they not women

Synchronizing water pots and unleavened bread

Women, thronging the crowd, for just a glimmer of virtue

Forbidden to speak in the presence of a brother


Yet we bore them, give em our milk

Sugar-water, and tits

Might it be,


Mother God my heart to thee

I plea, you gave us sons,

But what about, our daughters


© Kristina Neal Mosley

Cover Saltwater on My Knees

Excerpt from the book Saltwater on My Knees

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kristina-mosley About the Author

Kristina Mosley: An Advocate for Women’s rights. Mother of three children, Holding an B.A in Mental Health, from Wilberforce University and Master of Jurisprudence from Widener University School of law, Health law M.J.

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2 replies

  1. humbled to be in the mix thank you, Raja & staff, I know y’all are hard at work for all of us, many blessings and spirit hugs 💕💕💕


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