Black Poetry : Charles Dickens Christmas Carol

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  1. rhymebad

    rhymebad Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Charles Dickens Christmas Carol

    Have a privilege to rhyme and write true lines right now try be merry
    In this library reading Charles Dicken the supense thicken can’t bury
    These thoughts I yelled “humbug” as a dumb thug thought I saw a ghost
    “excuse me have to keep your voice down” “yes mam” my brain is toast
    Got to walk home alone grabbed the cell phone no answer oh dang most
    Of the time mom is home must be calm and strong this Chrismas Carol
    Stuff is too much these ghost can do a true search on me like King Herald
    Done for Baby Jesus, scary my pride stalked on a sidewalk took slow steps
    No help this place be city and like P diddy been a badboy so a sad toy crept
    My way think Santa sent him had my hand on my glock don’t understand
    This absurd block I heard shots this ghost still coming at me dang I ran
    Then took out my glock and shot didn’t stop him dmn I’m abuzz cuzz
    I kick it wearing bling but this is a wicked thing all ofa sudden there it was
    The ghost of Christmas Past he was proud of stalking and loud talking
    In my eardrum didn’t wanna hear none of what he’s saying started walking
    Home I feared but it all disappeared you mean this was just my imagination
    Like the TEMPTATIONS?
     
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    rhymebad Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    no love while I flow thug bless and annoint like West point have cats marching in formation watching the domination of my ill lyrics, say jive but stay alive six months without eating no doubt defeating many no dang harmony in this army of who done what have fun but no good outcome,my route from danger to anger no stranger to the streets they eat the weak,now I'm over Brooklyn and looking down as superman wearing a great cape with an S on my chest
     
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    Hi Rhymebad...

    :wave:
    Its amazing how reading words has an ability to take our imagination on journeys.
    I guess that's why I enjoy playing with them so much. Some like building with blocks,
    but it seems you, like I enjoy building with words.


    Thanks for sharing your journey on words with us.


    MaddSistahlyLove!
    Coco:heart:
     
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    rhymebad Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    thanks cocobutterskin needed that for real girl
     
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    Enjoyed reading this version of A Christmas Carol rhymebad, no telling where an active imagination may lead.
     
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    I'm fallin in line with Coco & Watz..

    A wonderful lyrical journey you took me on...Rhyme

    flow on!


    epiphany:heart:
     
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