God Colored Me Black is poetry. I desire parents, teachers, aunts, and uncles to memorize it with young children to promote high self-esteem. Growing up in the south, family and friends would tease me about the color of my skin. For some reason, God never allowed me to develop a low self-image. Being darker has been one of my greatest strengths. I chuckle, just thinking about the beauty of my skin. This book will enhance short-sighted parents, siblings as well as individuals of other races. Our complexions are the decision of our creator. We must be grateful for his divine plan. Being Black is so fantastic, and knowing what I know about its dominance helps me understand that God makes no mistakes. I appreciate the opportunity to share this unique content with children who need to know how beautiful they are inside and out.