Black Poetry : The Dawn (Respiration)

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    Mikha'el Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Encapsulated inside of angel wings dawns the arrival
    Of one of the greatest of sinful tragedies reborn again a living testimony
    Infused with disdained blood in hate but given in love
    Welcome home a voice spoke but goodbye another said
    Too young to comprehend so it goes over his head
    In the midst lie two halves to the whole
    Experiencing purity amidst the dark vicinity
    Deceit reality manifested into obsanity
    What’s more tragic is he holds no recollection of this immaculate gift
    The unforsaken wish of his to repay his debt
    For which he can’t for he never lived in essence to
    No respiration for his composition deemed him flawed
    Once again a testament to the gift n curse in us all
    I can only pray but anyways safe to say
    Congratulations welcome to dawn the beginning
     
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    awesomely done poet...............
     
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    thanks
     
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    So deep, I could only interpret it with my own limited understanding... and so a lot of it translated into pain.

    Would you like to help the audience understand the piece, or, if you are reluctant at least let us know what the (specific) inspiration was.

    Give thanks.

    One,

    - Ikoro
     
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    ^^ its about the birth of a child....theres a religious element as it talks about the past n past sin and being forgiven

    Inspiration was my life experiences
     
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