Ghetto Street Love | Power Poetry
Imprisons their minds Must struggle with the devil To find peace in their hearts So they can live a healthy life again The voice within is A disturbed voice of confusion They struggle with the loss Of their past with living The present being reminded Of their past convictions Eyes wide shut I can see the dead caucuses of ash And dust mites eating at my flesh I have become the old tired Drunk suicide. My bones aching And tired of reasons to move To communicate Expand and move on Images of decayed rusted And starving dreams did I age with desire of being strong Weak and tired, I am holding on One eye shut I can feel the voices peeling away My flesh, letting go, holding on Wanting to be loved The trumpets playing Pa pa papaya pa pa, pa pa pa Pa pa pa pa Echoing sounds Before my dreams. I fail, I rise, I fall, I stand tall. I grew up in The heart of the ghetto On the west side of west coast North side, up north South side, Dirty south East side, back east The streets were fierce The poverty, the street gangs Living on disability In paint chipped housing Lawns unkept The needy were greedy Streets were filthy rich High on drugs Sex addicts addiction Drive byes affliction To meth, is but a dream From the ghetto Living life isn't what it seems High off the American dream The promise that one day I'll achieve at a success The threat of living off welfare Here I AM A dead beat father Who can't pay the rent?
Black Love Poems
Black love poems come in a diverse variety expressing meaning and emotion from a unique perspective rich in heritage and experience. Everyone has a sensual and romantic side that can be set free through the power of beautiful black love poems from the soul. Following is a unique collection of black sensual love poems that are meant to help you capture and express those meaningful and sensual words of love that support a delightful and satisfying relationship. The feel of your beautiful brown skin sliding against mine; it's oh so good and super fine.
Jessica Holter is one of my favorite performers from the Bay. She is an erotic poet as well as an AIDS awareness worker. The idea was to create a book of erotic stories and poems enhanced with photographs.