Black Poetry : MONOGOMY Don't Make The Man...

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  1. N2urSoul

    N2urSoul Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Monogomy don't make the man...
    ...MONOGOMOUS~

    if your love doesn't keep
    him from TRIANGULATION
    ...then what in the hell is
    the woman on the other side
    of him gonna do?

    A man usually says
    that he doesn't want to
    appear as though
    .....he's got his cake...and...enjoying it...by two!

    but ~

    ....What is ......IS

    the man metamorphed
    himself mo-no-gen-eti-cally
    from ONE female to TWO...
    Monogomy for him
    never meant that he
    had to stop loving you~

    he's convinced himself
    that he's enlarged his
    heart and
    that there is
    room enough for all -
    so...
    sista's listen up
    I'd like to show
    you how to make
    the judgment call

    here's your
    quick math lesson
    use it when reading
    his signs -
    now
    ..."read him"...
    like the book
    he
    is~

    the process he used
    is called-
    ARITHMATIC PROGRESSION
    sounding more like a mental
    health issue
    than a "one man plus two females" -
    not-so-simple addition;

    He's .............in..........sequence
    ........moving...........a

    as the ODD integer ~
    it's a term that was formed
    ...After the first
    .................Adding a constant
    .......................To each one pre-ced-ing ~
    hope ya' heard me
    cause he's got two hearts bleeding

    COLD he has become
    and somewhat
    distanced from you
    he'll be as he has
    to untangle himself from his
    own Multi-Purposed Personality~
    When he met up with his altered ego
    to secure his own insecurities

    thinking "what hurt" could it do?
    While he picked off a rendition
    of a sista who is slightly
    different for him ...than you

    Again...

    if nothing else ladies
    remember the math...
    cause~
    Monogomy don't make the man....MONOGOMOUS...

    ~it hasn't~

    and it's most likely
    considered overkill~
    just keep him in your grasp
    and pray that
    GOD Almighty
    will
     
  2. GQ

    GQ Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yeah N2...I hear ya...

    And ya know that's gonna be ma middle name when we elope and do dat dere marriage thang!!!! :laugh:

    Peace
    GQ
     
  3. N2urSoul

    N2urSoul Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    GQ~

    Your middle name - eh?
    Let's see;
    G. Monogomous Q.
    well, not the best -but it'll
    do....!
    And when's the date anyway?!

    Thanks dear!
     
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    saleem Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    very

    forward-thinking piece, my sistah ~ much truth. I've had this convo with many out-tha-box thinkers. It's important to know the nature of the beast (men & women), before proceeding with traditions that will not be successful, in the end.

    Well done, Poet.

    saleem
     
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    See this is why I need to go back to school and become a math MAJOR!!

    No matter how we try to add it up...the triangle has three sides...not two

    Thank-you for this slice of arithmetic life poet

    This scribe was Tooooo fresh in its' approach to the reality of relationships in this here millennium plus one

    *1+1+another one-don't equal 2* ;)
     
  6. N2urSoul

    N2urSoul Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Saleem

    You're soooo right! And usually
    the conversation getz even betta'
    with the "outta da box" thinkers
    and doers...
    Your reply is well taken...thank you!
     
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    N2urSoul Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Hunter

    Don't worry - leave the math to me!
    Keep readin' cause the answerz are
    alwayz in da scribes!!

    Thanks for reading me.... :wave:
     
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    Khasm13 STAFF STAFF

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    still diggin...

    i gotz me degree
    in mathematics
    free
    thought
    compounded by sumations
    of equations
    abstract algebra blazing
    quadratic numerations
    on so called
    monogomous triangulations
    are amazing

    why didn't i think of this for my thesis
    peace
    khasm
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    i heard dat
    working it all out to perfection !
     
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    simply stated, this piece was tite and true...thanks for sharing your monogomath with me!
     
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