Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Da Street So'ja, Apr 5, 2009.
Learning what we need to in order to keep a roof over our heads, clothes on our backs, and food on the table, makes it more difficult to stay intune with ourselves and our loved ones. Who is winning this rat race? Speak on it so that all will hear So'ja. ^5!
Deep poem brother, very eye-opening...I like what you said and how... piece
thank you poets
Watz - exactly my point who eventually wins, yes we may live lives that a good BUT WHAT ABOUT ALL OF US and that's what this is about
QT - thank you Queen, it's deep but not so deep
the hardest stuff to see if the stuff RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU
i learned that the hard way
see this why ya da street so'ja fo real you bring it deep and live reality
man when we fight to keep afloat and can't really get into ourself we like
out of tune trying to make another day ...this piece is the rise and fall of me by da X
until the light shine...and we open our eyes...those barless prisons for the mind...will have a steady rise, in their numbers.
the title of this itself
u really doin ya thang...
feelin the flow!
thank you poets
$$RICH$$ thanks for you comment man yes so true the day to day man
despite need of food and shelter comes to down to you don't care where
it's coming from but that's the problem then you allow somebody else to
dictate your conscience
Baller - i say there bars are there already hopefully we can free some people
ML - thanks for the comment and ultimate understanding
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