Black Poetry : You can't wash me up

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    You can’t wash me up

    The lighthouse marked the spot
    Where my enemies tried to put a stop

    To the literary rhymes
    Which are required for these times

    I was thrown into the Dead Sea River
    To wash the sins off my skin
    Foes were hoping the invisible ink would fade
    And the word poet would wash off my forehead

    But I emerged out of the water; face was glowing
    My smiles still shine and gleams leisurely
    Your tides and tidal waves were of no avail
    I remain posted on the coast; I can’t be sailed off

    I guess you didn’t know I had gills and skills
    And I’m down with the Olympic swim team for years
    My two bronze arms are strong like two wooden oars
    Nun gave them to me from the time I was born

    The mother ship connection came with aide
    A life preserver was given like a hook to snatch fish
    My hands griped also the anchor’s rope
    They pulled me up and my *** [fins] was saved

    You subterranean beast
    Did this to my people before
    Now the jokes on you
    I stay alive on the shore

    By Andre Austin Copyrights
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    very well done

    the smooveee groove of flow
    just wash up all the sinners
    to a glory beings ...............liking dis here:)
     
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