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Who’s skin care you? Who’s voice care you? A Po' Poet's Poem

All my life, in my life, the afterlife even, you only see it.

Sometimes, most of the time, all the time, it’s all you choose to see.

Every direction I tread is your dread.

A sentence from my mouth shifts your mind to go south.

Who’s skin see you? Who’s voice care you?

My image, a blessing from above,

Cursed, hissed, and hounded by you below.

Truths spat from my very mouth

increases the bloodbaths spilled by your pen.

Envy of my image, a life you liked, a life you lack,

A soul you never stole.

Who’s skin see you? Who’s voice care you?

TERRORISM 101: OPIUM’S DEBUT ALBUM

Marlon Crump/PNN
Sunday, December 20, 2009;

Before the World Trade blew
I already knew
but you still dumbfounded, livin’ without a clue
It ain’t ‘cause I’m arabic or ‘cause I’m a Jew
America the beautiful, we loved by few
That’s why they puttin’ flames to the red white & blue

Lyrics from Bay Area hip hop artist, Opium titled “Suicide Execution” a single from his debut album, “Terrorism 101.”

“Thus I will punish the world for it’s evil
and the wicked for their iniquity
I will also put an end to the arrogance of the proud
and abase the haughtiness of the ruthless...”

Sistas In Savage Society: A poem about single mothers

Marlon Crump/Poverty Scholar POOR Magazine
Friday, November 3, 2006;

Did y'all see?
Did y'all see?

You reekers
of public reliefers,
when she told you
she had to work lengthy hours,
while you smiled,
a vile and vicious smile.
You knew
she had to drift a couple of miles,
with ancient shoes on her feet,
a house with no heat
and giving her a workfare
she can never complete:

You did so,
sitting in office leather upholstery,
engulfed by lies of leisures,
weekend planning of nightclubs,
stacked with papers
of promissory poverties.
You still ask

REVIEWS FOR THE REVOLUTION: MICHAEL MOORE'S SICKO

Marlon Crump
Tuesday, August 7, 2007;

By Marlon Crump

"We got an issue in America. Too many good docs are getting out of business. Too many OB/GYNs aren't able to practice their... their love with women all across the country."

President George W. Bush got the crowd roaring at the Kabuki Theater during Michael Moore's latest documentary, Sicko.

Not Even in Therapy: Ruyata McGlothin's first book of poetry shares his struggle with poverty and racism.

Marlon Crump/ReViewsfortheReVolution
Tuesday, November 6, 2007;

Within this wonderful universe created by God, lies creativity, art, writing, poetry, love and harmony, and, as well, Satan, greed, crime, corruption, poverty, famine, war, terror, global kkkolinization, and pain. However, luckily in this world there are certain souls that have the ability to share stories of recovery from the pain faced in these battles of good and evil and even induce healing in others.

its beauty wot killed the beast

STORIES of Animal Resistance-

Tiburcio's Story

(a name in progress...)

The Seventh Generation

A review of the new Seventh Native American Generation literary project and their publication; SNAG

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