Black Poetry : BlackLight Justice - Dark Bishop

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Bishop, Sep 16, 2002.

  1. Bishop

    Bishop Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Poetic overtures
    Devoid of meaning
    Words of pleasure
    That contains
    No happiness
    Just fulfillment
    Of fleshly hunger
    Knowing your only motive
    Is to conquer
    Another notch in the belt
    As you move quietly
    Seeking your next victim
    Like a plague
    You infect
    And resurrect feelings of rejection
    After you’ve spoiled your latest victim
    Sending them in a state of depression
    Thinking you loved them
    You were just running a game
    They shouldn’t have played
    If they didn’t understand
    You just a man so you say
    Gonna do what a man does
    Posting on poetry boards
    Reading pieces
    Looking for vulnerable prey
    Who will bend at your kind words
    Your exercising of poetic verbiage and vernaculars
    You tantalize
    All the while
    Conspiring to do what your addiction
    Calls for
    Disrupting the family
    For your own gain
    As the BlackLight peers into
    Your black soul
    The solution is simple
    You must be the example for all to see
    BlackLight Justice is at hand…
     
  2. Heartbeat

    Heartbeat Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    dark light from the lighthouse shining on somebody(s). Poetically strong this darkness.

    BE
     
  3. LURK

    LURK Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    --i see somebody iz lookin 4 you
    doin whut a man gotta do---


    i gotta do
     
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