Black Poetry : Do the Right Thing

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  1. rhymebad

    rhymebad Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Do the Right Thing

    My type of ish is like fish my rhyme fries while time flies
    Like and arrow my mind hyped and narrow but no lies
    Write hot thread and god is not dead he’s alive and well
    So I strive to tell his story from glory so only the sinners fell
    Less ambitious blessed and suspicious holding a bible like
    A disciple listed to be a vital statistic and like Walter Cronkite
    This is news that’ll twist your shoes. Look I go to the lab
    With vocab and facts get stabbed in the back still don’t grab
    The bandages to patch up damages look instead of bleeding
    Hell I start singing words and slinging verbs on paper feeding
    The rap game, being lost is critical but a hospital is no place
    To be sick I embrace thick over the counter cough syrup don’t waste
    On over priced pills, bones checked by a podiatrist but folks go to
    A psychiatrist need their heads examine just misled famine on a true
    Road of failure with a load of paraphernalia, look see a girl wanna be
    In her world lips hot and red plus she drop dead gorgeous gonna see
    If I can land a date plan must be great hair color rinse I spare no
    Expense to save money I crave for this honey my love talk if fair yo
    Must make a hell of a decision and by the way television has raised
    Writing to a new low with commercials I drink brew so she’s amazed
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    doing da right thing keeps her in smiles ......nice joint
     
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