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  1. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Fetty Wap Still On Top

    Got ya mind on yo money & ya money on yo mind On time we kick it like right Got hommies in the street rock rhymes right Still Fetty Wap still on top got his gene in the game Comes back for mo fighting fortune & fame See ya on the flip side cheese Break down rhymes falling to ya knees...
  2. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Just Having Fun

    I'm just having fun, but no doubt someone will take this serious I'm about to take you on a lyrical experience I'm having fun with words, like when a baby first starts reading books Saying I'm good at rhyming, Is like saying Mike Tyson packs a decent punch I best mention the Kardashians other...
  3. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Take It Easy

    How long will it take for you to see Life is just an illusion, it's gonna pass eventually The flesh is just a lie Eventually you're gonna die But your soul will live on Rejoice in this don't mourn God made you to die It's why you were born Last night GOD spoke to me Your pain will end soon, so...
  4. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Take it Easy

    How long will it take for you to see Life is just an illusion, it’s going pass eventually The flesh is just a lie Eventually you’re gonna die But your soul will live on Rejoice in this don’t mourn God made you to die It’s why you were born Last night GOD spoke to me Your pain will end soon, so...
  5. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Old School

    Old School Remember the old boom box boogey down to the socks Reggie Jackson chewy bars & Tommy's pop rocks Parachutte pants with the hair high fade Wake up late in a purple haze saying it's going to be one of those days Back it up even further playing cowboys and indians in the sand box...
  6. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : African Children

    African Children Written by: Mario Vitale African Children they sleep at night with belly's empty rolling in the dirt to comfort their sore's hands, eyes, feet Marley & Tosh sang of their freedom's cry Torn illumination Elephant screams Disappearing act through the night A call to...
  7. IntuitioninMD_2

    Black Poetry : I Love My Husband....

    But last night I saw him!!!! He was stepping right out of the **** elevator I was going into Before I got there I wondered if I will ever bump into him With or without my husband My husband did not want to Take me dancing My husband did not want to Go to the casino with ME! I went by...
  8. guttapoetfromny

    Black Poetry : Vibes

    This thing between us is.... Organic like it was written in the stars or some s**t I bet our first kiss will be some outta this world type s**t Our first lay gonna be some sweet but savage type s**t Like caress me but spank me type s**t You make me think of forever type s**t Like some horse and...
  9. guttapoetfromny

    Black Poetry : Temporary relief

    Tell me what I wanna hear Whisper good things in my ear Make me feel like you care Even if just for this moment Stare me in my eyes Communicate sweet lies Make me believe them Even if just for a little while Tell me that I'm beautiful Nothing like your usual My own kind of special Even if it's...
  10. BLAQ LOVE POURAHTREE

    Black Poetry : When I Work Cherokee Bill

    I just have fun writing my own thoughts down funking them haters and foes ain't giving a mad funk Mansa Musa and Hannibal Barca they know we up plus 2Pac is in the house with Makaveli no doubt and Maya Angelou will always teach me a lesson i'm on my own destination doing my greatest without...
  11. guttapoetfromny

    Black Poetry : To him.....my fantasy

    Right now your just a fantasy.... This nubian king with locs made of gold Brown skin that looks to have been touched by god himself and lips the color of cocoa beans A beautiful black brother. I close my eyes and i feel you as if you were here.... Your hands rough against my soft skin Your...
  12. Okonta kosi

    Black Poetry : EPA DOMOR (A TRIBUTE TO AN AFRICAN FATHER)

    Baami oo Strong and elegant as the Iroko. A firm shelter in a raging storm. Ogbuefi 1 Who daily strives to put a roof on our heads. Who daily defies the intense sun in order to fill our tables with choicest delights Who daily endures taunts and curses in getting money to send us to school. Far...
  13. S

    Black People : many black people love one another

    i have posted at destee for many years. And I've noticed that very very very many black people love one another... Despite what you heard.. differing opinions does not equal "hate".. it equals different perspectives, motivations and intentions.. that's it, that's all. Quiet as it's kept...
  14. 1poetsought

    Black Poetry : Humbug to love

    Humbug to love ******************* Christmas is a time of wonder. Children of every age contemplate that wondrous gift, graciously afforded, by a bestower consumed by the gift of giving. I am such a kid, and even to this day, every Christmas, I anticipate a Love Gift of some sort...
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