Black Poetry : Ode to Our Progeny: A Bishop and Nia Maishani Collaboration

Nameless

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it won't be long
for nia
cali
was for
nia

u can't c her
cause
she don't exist

it is her voice
that persists

inside u
i can't hear her

my love is true

bring her to my house
and u'll c what i do

ain't no pity in the inner city
like my man
i am gritty

a revolutionary
without the intent
of harm
bring that *****

and i'll drop

this

bomb

hit a ho
choke a ho
smoke a ho

but i don't

know that ho



(ho in this form not meaning a derogatory female name... more like land ho..)
 

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I remember some of these great collabs so well and i still have a lot more to bring back
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