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Admiring his handiwork, he stood Before the wall drenched in paint. They compared him to Banksy; they would Claim he could draw anything, without complaint. But comparison to anyone was degrading,
I have awoken with dreamy eyes In too many unfamiliar placesOn warm exotic beaches - in inexpensive inner city beds
Despite our values We still come here, together, To accept and love.
Mwen menm ayisyen From a little island named Hispanola Next to el republica domincana Where we eat sweet plantains and sip kremas
Open your eyes what do you see? A very funny question you should ask me. Am I the only one seeing things wrong? Am I the only one seeing the malfunction going on?
Footprints on the sands of time glow with birthmark each glittering step unshaken and challenging not by yielding to temptation but thirst for truth for the awakening of men for soul-searching
Born from an egg like all the other ducklings And from a family who thought would teach it right, But who knew family could just be as bad? Intentionally laughing and pointing at it out of spite--
I am the girl who is only 5 feet. I am the girl who is ADHD. I am the girl who is white. I am the girl who most people don't notice. I am the girl who has a hat full of pins.
Let me tell you the folklore of the hardcore Who crystallised 7th neuron into majestic bilinear Stood transfixed at the centre of death's voyeur Admitted to institution of fool's theatre
Oh Chicago, how you eat its young with passion in the night. Oh Chicago, how you reveal a love soliloquy from Frank himself.
Hira Cha 5/3/17 diVERSE