Black Poetry : May the Wicked be slayed!

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  1. One9_Arch

    One9_Arch Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Mischief and money mean madness
    America sick wit the **** of dreams
    Suggested to the minds of the masses

    Got my people livin all ***'d-up
    Wicked be lawless, Sir
    My God put it in the Heart of the Youth

    Came through and gave life
    To the rejected, despised
    Whispers of wisdom
    Of a once great people and Tribe

    With lyrical grace I face this issue
    My fate's the product of a Faith
    Hung to the right

    And Bruh ...
    I was born to fight
    So I cant wait
    To clashhh With the Devil
    Gett'em out of my sight

    I be the product of Americas plight
    History rapped in layers of Black
    So I attack to get back.

    My poetry heat for lost souls
    To pose a question to my own kind
    Could it be, We in the direct line of fire?

    Divine mind in reflection of Ra
    I come through and;
    Before I'm through
    This truth will see ya prayin' to Allah.

    I'm the last man standin'
    Check the Battle zone and see;
    I be the son of Muhammad
    Killer of devils in white sheets.

    Or blue-eyed guilty bit:donttell:hes breakin' the peace
    Sweet is vengence
    Allah taught me personally.

    How to survive
    And stay alive... In the midst of madness;
    Devil kill ya in ya sleep
    But he missed my presence.

    Passed over my tombstone
    He lookin for the King;
    Earth swallowed me up
    Until the Black God screams:

    Let loose on my opponent; and
    May the Wicked be slayed.

    ASA
     
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    Da Street So'ja Banned MEMBER

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    yes our negative lives

    lead in a commercialized setting

    does tend to damage the human spirit

    feeling your strength here poet

    peace
     
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    WOW

    You Had Heat with this
    Bring Your Path of Good amongst
    Wonderful
    Flow on with Goodness Poet:)
    Looking forward to seeing more from You
    ~PeaceandLove~
     
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    In this world of greed, we have become pawns, yet we rise above it all and come out victorious. Speak poet, speak.
     
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    Hi One9_Arch
    We hae to be reminded of the past
    that introduce this present
    so we cna make it right for sure
    Feel your flow
    Looking forward to reading more

    Peace~N~Love
     
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    One9_Arch Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The Quick in the Game

    As-Salaam Alaikum fr. One9_Arch:

    Thanks for the positive responses you've given my poetry, Family. It's good to hear you enjoyed my post. I try only to express, as clear as possible, my personal thoughts (almost always emotional) on various issues of importance to me. In this piece, I was trying to express the lawless nature of Wickedness when it comes to Black people. To say that the wicked [is]lawless indicates, at least to me, that wicked men (and women) do not respect the rule of law. As such, I am forced to question the righteousness of accepting the primacy of a legal system that places good people at a disadvantage when faced with wicked intentions cloaked in the robes of law. That being said, digest this next piece:

    My life my world
    I need not some leader;
    To speak of freedom
    As a coward who accepts evil.

    Who got a clue for a man like me?
    Blind minds be subdued
    Aint the fickle mans place to lead.

    Too fearful ...
    Can't f..k with ya kind
    All talk but he never rides.

    I see his method
    Movin westward, rattled;
    What he sees in the East
    Movin swiftly through the Shadows.

    Like the Comin of the Newborn King
    Broke the shackles;
    Impeach the beast and
    Declare that the people are free.

    But step back
    So the people can see;
    Fake *** *****h's
    Out front like they speakin for peace.

    When nothin' has changed
    Since truth came an went;
    Thus, the youth is spent
    Livin' foul and unfit.

    To claim the place of the quick in the game
    Need a Conscious state of mind
    To Murda such pain.

    ASA
     
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