Josephine DixonBanks

Rookie (Danbury, Connecticut)

Josephine DixonBanks Poems

1. The Glory Of The Blues 5/24/2005
2. It's A Guy Thing 5/24/2005
3. The Regulated Teddy Bear 5/24/2005
4. Weapons Of Mass Destruction 10/14/2004
5. Cold Blooded Woman 5/24/2005
6. Persona Non Gratta 5/24/2005
7. De-Mockery Of Democracy 5/24/2005
8. Weaponized Freedom 5/24/2005
9. Follow The Blood 5/24/2005
10. The Fear Sanction 5/24/2005
11. I Was To You What You Let Me Be 5/24/2005
12. An Elephant's Graveyard 5/24/2005
13. Justifiable Holocaust 5/24/2005
14. The Blame Game 5/24/2005
15. When Is A Good-Deed Really A Good-Deed 5/24/2005
16. U Call Me 5/24/2005
17. Giving Up What You Really Want 5/24/2005
18. Giving Up What You Really Want Ii 5/24/2005
19. I Godda Right To Be Angry 5/24/2005
20. I Can Cry Now 5/24/2005
21. They Assigned You A Mind 5/24/2005
22. Take Back Your Mind 5/24/2005
23. Critique Technique 5/24/2005
24. What The World Needs Now 5/24/2005
25. A State Of Fear 5/24/2005
26. When The Party Is Over What Then 5/24/2005
27. The Moving Van Came 5/24/2005
28. Inseparable 5/24/2005
29. Library Fever 6/23/2009
30. The Oldest Profession 5/24/2005
31. Facade Of Respectibility 5/24/2005
32. Ultimate Sacrifice 6/7/2011
33. Rhe Allegory Of Me 6/7/2011
34. Job Proposal 5/24/2005
35. Educated Ignorance 5/24/2005
36. The Faithful Few 5/24/2005
37. Religious Jon & Political Pimps 5/24/2005
38. Book-Smart Vs Mother-Wit 5/24/2005
39. The New Inner-City Slave Plantation 7/5/2005
40. Ancestral Woman 5/24/2005
Best Poem of Josephine DixonBanks

Blaming Poverty On The Poor

Give us your deprived, your malleable muddled masses
hoping for a gentler taskmaster
Welcome to the multi-trillion dollar industry, Poverty
A.K.A, cheapest labor force

Poverty works, never ever unemployed
A much needed commodity to justify
White-collar crime classes
Teaching dastardly deeds—to procure monetary needs-
fostering avarice greed

Give us your deprived, your malleable muddled masses
hoping for a gentler taskmaster
Welcome to the multi-trillion dollar industry, Poverty
A.K.A., cheapest labor force

Poverty creates jobs for those ...

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The Glory Of The Blues

The Blues, The voice of God crying out
The umbilical cord, source of all animation

The Blues is greater than the abyss
The holy creator of gut feelings

Somebody put God in the Blues and they started calling it, The Gospel

The Blues is so powerful, it’s androgynous

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