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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Teenage Pregnancy

You gave her a baby doll
Before she could walk
You made her a mother
Before she could talk

Motherhood, the game you taught her
Now, she’s got her very own daughter
Experts can’t figure out why
Teenage pregnancy is sky high

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