Black Poetry : Attitudes...

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by HODEE, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. HODEE

    HODEE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Attitudes crossing lines of a world.
    Views of a man, views from a girl.
    AMERICA! Black like the men we are.
    A view of us makes it hard to descry.
    Care if I live. Do you care if I die?
    From my past see your offing. It
    shines, but can't glow. The latitude
    of people. Will let us know.
    Unfinished work won't let me
    forget. You haven't turned, or dealt
    with me yet. Disrespect for me is
    the same for you. It's tied to my
    past and the things you do.
    I'm not free to practice, nor move on
    a craft. So your tied to my chains that
    you gave me at birth. They see
    your not who you play in their sight.
    Why do they hate you? Ask that, and I
    grin. Raise your head by raising the
    man. Attitude changes are in your hands.

    (c) HODEE...
     
  2. NADIA*BINTA

    NADIA*BINTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    yo... i like this flow... WELCOME!!!... keep it flowing :)...

    peace
     
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