Black Poetry : A Ray of Hope

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    MY RAY OF HOPE
    By AAcoolDre

    Still in the flower of her age
    I beg please bare me a child
    When set free from your cage
    I pray U cease running wild

    My image of you has been unseen,
    For several years past
    But I keep a ray of faith and hope,
    In what has been
    I still imagine the image of a chocolate ***

    I remember the Grand Marquis car
    And U my chocolate star
    Regretting I ejected the juice of my milk’s peak
    On the cushion of the back seat
    Instead of where it should have remain
    Multiply the world let the mother earth gain

    I shall redeem, again, my swelling
    And rekindle the scent of your smell
    With a more glorious, intense second chance
    Of a naked tango dance
    To cement the power of love
    With a ray of light of a flying Dove
    This is my hope
    The vision I truly scope
     
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    well stated and said this was awesome bruh !!!!
     
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