Black Poetry : THE PAIN OF STIGMAS

And seems these stigmas are later identified as labels
making it next to impossible to escape the fable
that as an Afreekan Descendent you are inherently disabled
as you continue to live out the behaviors consistent with the label

lazy
crazy
manipulative and
shady

stupid
fat
attention seeking and
lacking self esteem

player
hater
ho and
*****

In the end this is what you grow up to be
as an adult it's only the label we see


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And you will never win

^^^ stay up DS..... don't give up.. that's what they want you to do!! man, I feel ur pain tho....... flow tight!!


you are inherently disabled
as you continue to live out the behaviors consistent with the label


^^ whoa.. powerful point... hit a home run with that right there... much respect.
 
Ms Lady said:
you are inherently disabled
as you continue to live out the behaviors consistent with the label

^^ whoa.. powerful point... hit a home run with that right there... much respect.

Yes...yet....the MOST IMPORTANT PART for M.E. was this...

the fable
that as an Afreekan Descendent


why you leave dat out:?:

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Desert Storm said:
Now going to a new DEPTH is the pain of STIGMAS
It knows no regret
It challenges you on all fronts
And you will never win

It attacks the poor, person of color and persons of no color,
It attacks foreigners, it attacks your social class, it attacks your pride

It's ruthless
It devours your hope
It sucks the life out of living human souls

It beats you down
Causing you to hold your head down low
It hurts everyone
Most oftenly those

Innocently, as children
Without a care of day
Because of who your momma, or your daddy was
Or just cause you ain't got a penny to ya name

Out of the mouth of babes
They ignorantly slander one another
Well, you ain't this and you ain't that
Cuz my daddy is So and so and so

The Pain of Stigmas
Brings you down low
When you english isn't good
And they are puttin on shows
That mock another persons race

Casting those STEREOTYPES
That in real life we are expected to play
That in real life we are told who we are
Rather than telling other who we are

The pain of stimgatizms
Won't ever go away.

DS


I'm Enjoying your flows DS
:bowdown::band: :bowdown:

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