Poems from TailsRules

A stately house it is! With elegant architecture and an embellished door However the interior Is full of gore   It smells Of burning flesh...
My father was a good nigger Who stood over six feet He called Mr. Burke's daughter "Ms. Betty" Even though she was only three   My father...
The secret was acid Corroding the trust we share Replacing it with fear Of losing you- should I dare   Tell you Put a friendship to the...
Pride?  What pride? I only have a race That was only given to me As an indication of disgrace   Oh an eraser-that I crave- For a degree of...
We rode to the hotel Our carriage-Black We chose a Crowne Plaza In a New England outback   Upon payment-we received a room We disrobed-we...

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