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    Black Poetry : The Player

    The Player Can I get inside your mine Drop a few lines To show you I am not wasting your time Who am I you ask I’m just a brotha who appreciates a good thing when he sees one And every man you turned down in here knows exactly Where I’m coming from What makes me...
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    Black Poetry : Because Day

    Because Day Expressing my love and devotion shouldn’t have to come only on holidays My feelings seem to increase as the days accumulate I want to show my appreciation for you more then on Christmas, Valentines And on birthday’s So today I declare a New Holiday that we will...
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    Black Poetry : Behined Bars

    Behind Bars I never knew how much I appreciated freedom Until it was taken me The crimes I've committed has brought me to a place that I rather not be A day is nothing more then a day as I sit here rotting in this cell Wishing someone would take me out of this world because this...
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    Black Poetry : I want to Heal

    I want to Heal I want to feel remorse for others I have wronged in the past I want pessimistic thoughts of my once bleak future to vanish at last I want to be able to lay my head down to rest And have pleasant dreams of beauty and tranquility And try to make piece with the...
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    Black Poetry : Crying in the Dark

    Crying in the Dark Sometimes I feel that I’m never going to smile again 1. I feel I’m in this world alone and I feel God is my only friend The child hood I use have was taken at the age of five And now the past is back to haunt me and there’s no where to hide If you where...
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    Black Poetry : A Drug Dealer with a Concious

    The Pusher A prisoner of my own weakness Has me feeling defeated And Uncompleted I waged war against my on people Who feel like they’ve been cheated This life has a price I must pay And one day I’ll have to answer for the mistakes I so often barred away I...
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    Black Poetry : My Spoken Word

    My Spoken Word With everything that I write I hope to spark a light In the hearts and the minds Of anyone who’s taken the time To read what I’ve wrote In hopes that you can see That these words that I speak Means more to me then poetry It’s theaorpy for the...
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    Black Poetry : Where I'm from

    Where I’m from Where I’m from we search for answers we cannot find Like will I ever escape this place Or be forced into a life of crime Where I’m from you either sell drugs or fall victim to drugs It’s tough love I didn’t remember kisses and hugs Where I’m from you...
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    Black Poetry : The Blind

    The Blind Man Don’t feel sorry for me I was born into this world without site I’ve painted a vivid picture in mind that shows What my world looks like I see a world with equality and unity I world with know bloodshed in are community I didn’t see the plane crashing...
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    Black Poetry : Someone's Child

    Someone’s Child Twelve years old and has to deal with the harsh reality of growing up fast Pregnant at such an early age in the ghetto Was a subject they neglected to teach us about in class Where was her parents you ask When this child was running wild on the streets Was...
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    Black Poetry : My beautiful Black Queen

    Beautiful Black Queen Queen of all queens I stand before thee To attest the joy you brought into my life and how much you mean to me A black women was the greatest gift that God has ever made She is the only one who truly understands me And loves me from the Cradle to the grave...
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    Black Poetry : On some other ****

    If I could change the past Would I at last Create a perfect future and redefine my destiny Would you think less of me If I put the people I care about lives in Jeopardy Just so I could be a well known Celebrity What if everything I thought was real is nothing more then an...
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    Black Poetry : Welcome to the colored section

    The colored section Force to this place against my own will Auctioned off like cattle to work in someone’s field Was taught to be inferior because of the color of my skin Believing black was beautiful But it was ugly to them Why can I not fight back Why do I have to...
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    Black Poetry : He could be reached

    He could be reached As I was walking down the street I bumped into a kid no older then fourteen Looking at me mean Asked me what hood I claimed And did I gang bang As I saw the blue rag hang Out of his pocket And the silver object visibly Placed in his waste I wasn’t...
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    Black Poetry : From the KKK

    From the KKK To the blacks I wanted to tell you I’m you’re number one fan The one thing you hate the most a white man from the Klan I see you’re people on the TV and I sit back and laugh I was upset at first But then I sat down and did the math You cannot blame us for...
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