Black Poetry : Slavery The Inner Curse

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  1. ASHANTA

    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Slavery The Inner Curse
    By Jacqueline Amos




    Slavery a word of genocide,
    that plays with mans mind.
    Slavery only in the mind,
    of those who live in a cardboard box with no air.
    Slavery theirs no leaders ,
    needed to remove the garbage,
    that represents death.
    Slavery opens your eyes you were already free.
    Slavery opens the eyes only one can enslave self.
    Slavery Capitalistic storage for easy labor ,
    by the sins of man.

    Slavery oppressor ,
    who lives through others to recede.
    Slavery who is the mind?
    who accepts tactics of the devil revenge.
    Slavery whom is better off dead to live in death.
    Slavery life dose not begin at birth.
    Slavery sipping on pain.
    Playing the devils games.
    No one have power over you.
    Only those who have been lost ,
    and can no longer see.
    Slavery breaking the chains of your mind.
    Slavery there will be no darkness, just walk in.

    Brainwash to keep you in chains.
    Ignorance infected with pain.
    Playing on the humble and weak.
    Servants under the oppressor who never sleeps.
    Watches you to keep you in place.
    Slavery loyalty only to self.
    Satan is there to grab your soul
    Man the passive to self,
    do you know who is concealing your life.
    The passive believe in me and refuse to unite.


    Copywriters 2002 Jacqueline Amos
     
  2. poeticdelight

    poeticdelight Member MEMBER

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    very strong words

    i recently discovered poems of poets from foreign
    countries i'm about to see if i can find some poems
    from Iraq i read some poetry of the people who
    reside in Pakistan the other day and it seems they
    are going through the same thing in which we are
    going through

    peace

    pd

    :heart:
     
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    blakverb Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    nice piece poet. real times infinity.

    peace
     
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    Da Street So'ja Banned MEMBER

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    powerful stuff poet
    deep and strong
    to the root

    DSS
     
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    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    yes poetic delight even in the books of solmon ,in the bibble who was hated because his black skin. Many hide truth jesus who was killed because of the color of his skin, many have there own interpertations. In Revelation it speaks of jesus with bronze skin, feet black as a furnance. Think they hung him to the cross as our brothers from the trees, our history continues when the bible spoke of the last days, and man of God should reclaim there proper place. I will leave it at that.
     
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    Thank you all for comments.
     
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