The Nappturalite and the Nap of Her Neck

The nap of her neck has seen much, felt much, endured much and remains beautiful below and beneath her tightly coiled glory. Behold, her naps tour a light scent of patience. For her patience carries the fragrance of virtue. And her virtue is radiant.  Her naps tour an elite situation.  Few understand it. Most can’t comprehend it. Thus, we call her Nappturalite.

The nap of her neck as seen the world despise the difference between her and them.  Where the perm and the straightening comb have tried to defended her honor.  Many were afraid of her honor; her glorious honor.   What does a perm or comb laced with heat and lye, I mean lies, know about honor? For their defense they caused burns and pain and forgotten ways of proud glory, draped with gold and platinum beads and crowns with jewels and traces of the suns kiss on the ends of her locks.

The nap of her neck as felt the kiss of affection, the eyes of desire and the caress of the air blessing the valley; that is her glory.  She has felt love and desire.  She has felt warm and inviting sunrises and sunsets.

The nap of her neck has endured struggle, as her veins have felt restriction and heavy swallows filled with emotional shakes.

The nap of her neck stands guard and smiles; for she knows nothing can permanently tame the the wild, glorious coils that are always coming from beyond; like tiny soldiers that are born and bred with one purpose, to fight for beauty, her beauty.  Like unto the Battle of Troy, for love they are coming, always coming to win the war and take her back home to her roots, her natural beautiful roots.

The nap of her neck has seen much, felt much, endured much and remains beautiful below and beneath her tightly coiled glory that continues to grow beautifully. Behold, her naps tour a light scent of patience. For her patience carries the fragrance of virtue and her virtue is radiant.  Her naps tour an elite situation.   In honor of you, my sister, welcome all Nappturalites.

Jaye of NappyMuse

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One Response to “The Nappturalite and the Nap of Her Neck”

  1. Cool information. I will check back later when I get more time to read the entire site.

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