Black Poetry : UnTitled 3o3

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    Road to nowhere twiste n' turns
    curves of rampit woves yearn
    forest and creeks stand in mill
    while my journey continue spill
    moving from left onto da right
    just ahead there is light
    deed yet done for the river run
    hidden in da flower from da sun
    heated misunderstood as i fade
    in the shade of justice
    I now let the world judge it's call
    softly steppin in a dance of salvage
    I cry inside my craddle rockin
    soon no more as i fly away
     
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