Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Da Street So'ja, Apr 15, 2009.
I couldn't help but laugh at that last stanza!
My mother used to say that kneegrows get "religion" in two places: boot camp and jail! LOL
But, I not only hear ya on the "past due" but also on paying "past dues."
today is always the tomorrow that should have been feared yesterday...
In the Spirit of Sankofa and the Family!
Nice flow, I agree with the posters on this piece Street, for real.
The trials we go through until we learn the most important lessons. From your awareness, straight to the page brother poet.
this was on point ...one's due by learning
thank you poets
CB - thank you for seeing the story within the story, yea jail is too late lol
they should have started already, but if there's hope there's hope i never knock that thanks again
well put well put i like i like
CC - thank you man i appreciate it i got more poems you know don't be scurred to read them
WN - all the we have to go thru sometimes right? lol thanks for letting me know what my piece was truly about lol hahahahahhaha
$R$ - but do they REALLY learn:?: thanks for the comment man
Da Street So'ja,
Man, I read you all the time, like a book, for real.
I think its one of the worst faults of human nature that some folks only learn the hard way
to get some 'get right'
Are you writings published brother?
I only ask because one the youth at my centers checks out the writing here from time to time and asked me about your pieces in particular
thats why i ask
other than that... u stay a champion of truth so... teach on brotha teach on
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