Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by angelicsage, Jul 14, 2003.
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"But this spirit/curse cannot be harnessed"
ONCE AGAIN...HOT HOT HOT!
Feelin this piece. What else should I expect though?
tyte flow dis was too sweet
Alize, Thank you girl....your always such a ray of sunshine, Glad u feeling this one.
Rich, thanks for dropping a line, glad u felt the sweetness through the structure which doesn't sound so sweet but is.
girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this is wonderful!
This is deep Angelicsage... The way you scribed this one was lyrical, and different.
" O’ the tragedy, the day will be
When I, imprisoned, bearing “commonality” "
All given what the other has. "O the tragedy. " Unless your granted Rapture.
Lovely, so glad your feeling me, seeing how your recently married
and all....Mrs. Kenny
I wasn't sure that anyone would understand what it meant,
--- a free spirit about to be wed and the fear that has overcome
her, of being "common" regular...and her asking him is he willing
to love her beyond the imperfections....even her "free spirit",
because being common, for her, is a tragedy.
Hodee - Thank you for seeing the meaning in this piece...
the union of a man and woman really is rapture but a big step
for someone who is a free spirit, so unique, afraid of being
I love... the way... you... put this... down! (wit ya bad self)
An ounce of precaution is worth a pound of cure-
for plain jane
and cats following the same
they all are links
in the same chain
while i remain
on my own plane
regularly changing the lanes
is strickly for the insane
and for those too weak
to challange life's pain
Yes, 1poetsought...I also...love...the way..."you"...put it down. Much luv, Angelic
To the mundane domain
With Plane Jane and Ordinary Shane
Uh huh!!! Excuse me but I must abstain
Can’t be caught in the “commonality” game
Unique individuality is what I strive to attain
The freeness of my spirit, cerebrally ingrained
Thank you “Khasm”………………..
For the unique flow, here framed…you always maintain.
Much Luv, Angeli
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