Black Poetry : whataday

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by redlady, Mar 25, 2003.

  1. redlady

    redlady Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    i can't take the disappointment
    the same disappointment in my child's eyes
    trying not to cry
    because of the screaming
    because of the hurtfulness
    now he's told that he doesn't play well
    doesn't trust the judgement
    because of the screaming and the yelling
    now he's unsure of himself
    what i have brought my family into
    what have i brought myself into
    an angry situation
    displaced anger
    misplaced rage
    and i see it in my childs eyes
    at the end of the day
     
  2. daya

    daya Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    That is truue you hate to see the pain you're children
    go thru. We try and keep them protected from everything
    but we can't alway's do that.
    But as a Mother I hate to see My children cry..
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    i'm feelin ya as a father i give my all of protection
    from the rage of da world yet outside still they weep
    just comfort da child and asure the bonded love
    u pose in ya heart
    we all fall into a myth of situation
    but we also have a mind and thoughts to get us out
    in tyme before destruction.....

    U need to drop dis cross da mic in destee poetry chat
    love to hear u speak dis vibe out .
     
  4. redlady

    redlady Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    rich, daya, thank you for feeling my pain...it was a simple basketball game, but by the time the other boys finished with him, he was fighting back tears...i too was fighting back tears...the cruelty of children sometimes amazes me.
     
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    Red~

    I feel your pain hun... but it'll help make him. It's painful but it'll all work out.

    Reas