Black Poetry : Who freedom is this??

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Poeticsoulsista, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. Poeticsoulsista

    Poeticsoulsista Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    No longer continued...
     
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    1poetsought Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Poeticsoulsista

    360 degrees of SureNuff Truth-

    ...and we love the truth! :heart:
     
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    Poeticsoulsista Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thanks 1poet. Always I give appreciation because with out any readers I couldn't really call my self a writer. What's the point of writing if no one read it.

    Peace
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    very very well felt of reality in today's world
    who really free !!
    tyte scribe ..........vent express self emotions out loud
    release
     
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    my sista i dont know why u dont have readers but ya style is raw truth and i like it...so i'm show the love :)
     
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    Poeticsoulsista Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Rich: Thank you so much for ur support. But if I couldn't spit truth it would be like saying I didn't know better. Now that I know better I embrace reality and discarded fanatasy. It's the only way to live. Much love Bra ( right fist pound heart 2x's)


    Triniti424: Awwwwww thank you so much girl:blush:. I don't understand why i don't have that many readers either, I thought my skillz was tyght too.:lol: But seriously, on the humble. I really appreciate you showin the love. Thanks. I was told by a good friend I don't have readers because my stuff be too long and it's always serious and combative. I say people just so used to reading lies they rather igonre the truth. But Much love and respect to you.

    :peace:
    Poetic sista
     
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    Woah........this was great. You tell about the struggles of the past and compare them to the present. The past is very, very similar to the present. You told the truth on this one. I'm really, really, really feeling your flow fo' sho. Keep flowing sista. Keep spreading your words of wisdom for all to hear.

    Love and Peace,
    Foxy..........................

    P.S
    Did I say how much I was feelin' your flow?
     
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    word is bond
    yes
    word is bond
    peace
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  9. Poeticsoulsista

    Poeticsoulsista Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Awwwww :crying: Y'all are the greatest. Khasm you my brotha. Thanks for that talk we had. I know we had many but the one that contributed to me posting more and to Foxy lady The support is much appreciated and I hope I show love to you the same way you show me love. :kiss: sista girl :)

    Poeticsista
     
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    shaz Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I grew up without a father and until I truly became a man myself and recognized my father for the imperfect humenbeing he is and accepted his efforts without judgement, I would have continued to blame him for all my miseries. But I am a man now and accountability is the first step in becoming a man and I think I would do myself a gross disservice to keep blaming him for his past mistakes and short comings. Now don’t mistake me for a fool, or mistake my forgiveness for forgetfulness. With understanding comes the knowledge that I don’t expect him to change or evolve over night and although I welcome improvements in his character I am no longer disappointed, with his shortcomings because I do not expect anything else.
    Please forgive my digression into vaguely associated truths, but I think his-story is something like my relationship with my dad, with remembrance, forgiveness and self accountability being the key ingredients to freedom and growth. A bias knowledge of the past can skew perspective and distort the obvious into an unrecognizable mirrored image of what was believed to have been. strength of character comes not in what is done to us but in how we react to it.
    Please feel free to use this rubbish as fodder, this just happens to be the way I feel about it today.
     
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