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Tupac and Biggie By Kevin Powell

[tabby title="Poem"] i heard his name first juiced for freedom like digital underground railroads and the sonic blasts of brendas having babies was that a movie or was that life and soundcloud as art homies can call but what do...

Washing the lie by Sir T.A.E.P.S

[tabby title="Poem"] Let it run, let it sinkLet it soak, hope it floatsIf it sinks I'll singIf it floats...Find me a boat by dawn Through my hands let it runThe memory of sins I need to drownTo the depths let...

Who wants to be here by TS Davis

[tabby title="Poem"] I stareOut the window,Beyond the bars,Slats of glass into orderly window panes.My soul soarsInto the dreams of a fathomless sky.Because - who wants to be here?With pain so insufferable -Your bones feel as feebleAs the dust and dirt...

It is blue in Harare by Xitha Makgeta

[tabby title="Poem"] Harare streets will suck out the breath in youWhat’s worth a dollar when you can’t breathe?I autopilot across sidewalksA traffic light with one eye robots itselfPolice come out of the blue wagging batons like tailsFlip the coin it...

Farmers Market by Joseph S. Pete

[tabby title="Poem"] Bored with the same-old, tried-and-true, tiredrotation of corn and soybeans every other year, burnt out from the constant stress and worryover drought or flooding or low yields or a market crash, the farmer cleared a little land for...