Category Archives: Poems

Tipping the Hat

I think of my teacher I make more than her but she gave me the foundation so she’s got more than me. My father and mother on their shoulders I stand making me look taller I could have been a dwarf. My partner whose affection decided,with me, to share I’ll be poorer in company if she chooses to go away.

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I Feel You

I understand support from those times it felt like the ground underneath me wasn’t holding and no one could hear me scream; so when I see your outstretched hands, just know, my brother I’ll do all I can to pull you through. I have felt loneliness from some of the coldest nights ever lived walking through frozen, snowy path with

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Wrongful Conviction

You allowed your insecurity sentence you to a penitentiary with high walls of fears and self-esteem threadbare. How you were able to summon such verdict the most sophisticated algorithm cannot predict but you ran away into cold night your argument being my arm didn’t feel right; that would have been easy to understand if it wasn’t from bias you based

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The Third Guy

Of the triad I am the oldest And it seems natural That I am the poorest. I swapped churches And stop going altogether I start pilfering And now I’m a Robber. For nothing Would I blame you Thou who sitteth On the fiery throne In heaven And makes my only home Your footstool. Africa! My homeland Sure is that side

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Green in your eyes

You believe the grass is greener? I asked a friend who had told me he was jumping the fence to move to the other yard where the cow’s mouth never stopped chewing. Convinced in his ways, he laced his shoes and was heading to the fence as a first step of execution. What he failed to understand was that the

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