Black Poetry : disenfranchise

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    To have it taken
    The franchise an establishment
    To no be able to get it's back back
    Many a people broke
    Broke up in different lives
    Taken away as chose
    The mind begins to dis fraternizing
    For fear of the next level
    Death because
    No one has been left to care
    After
    The ultiment disenfranchisement
    Felt
    but
    Never gotten over
    No money to join
    Or
    Buy back into the establishment of being
    Finally free
    When we still don't fraternize our past
    Cause
    The lost has still been taken
    Never to return
    Remembering the promise of
    Them acres & that man's money making friend
    A mule.
    You ask where to now?
    Popeye's done opened back up
    Not ya momma's of course
    It's still good ole Louisiana Style.





     

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