Kenneth R. Jenkins
Biography of Kenneth R. Jenkins
A poet since a child, K.C.Colt has written hundreds of poems overthe years.
Published first poem in the 'Westside Weekly' at age 16.
K.C.Colt is living in Savannah, Ga. with his wife Vanessa
Kenneth R. Jenkins Poems
Being Black In America
Is it enough To being Black in America To being in America? First fired
in memory of the children of South Africa Freedom!
Inspired by my wife Vanessa A. Jenkins
Heavy On My Mind (Thoughts In Motion)
Brother Listen to me! There is something I must say To clear the air of any
I open my mouth- And the words are there But all of a sudden nothing comes out And those few words that's shared
(A ghetto type of verse) I am trippin'off of you And the things that you do,
Love In Motion
Around And Round It goes.
It's in your soul Until it gets in your skin, Then you try everything in you To pull from it
No matter the distance Between us in miles, No matterthe lifespan, Spread all thewhile
My muse- My way of escape into a world Of rhymes and words Sprinkled in with other words.
The Soul Of Jazz
The soul of Jazz Where Jazz is soul And the soul of Jazz is within Bringing back the days old
Me, Myself And I
me that single one the singleness of oneness
Words Of Inspiration
To Langston H. I sit here writing these words Inspired with pen in hand
The sun didn't rise of yet For it's early and the night slips away quietly Like a thief it steals away, Then sneaks up on you without notice.
Moon And Stars
I look up above my head this fair evening
And saw the slender of it all,
How the night time is formed and fashioned
And with beauty of night delightful
Brings on that special kind of night.
Bring on the night!
Bring on the beauty of the night,
As the moon shines up