ANTONIO MCKINNEY, Sr.

Rookie (01-19-1980 / Detroit, MI)

Black Peace And Freedom - Poem by ANTONIO MCKINNEY, Sr.

What imani means to me is the pride of justice
To which imani needs to be,
In which I seek freedom, the freedom to be, to walk, and speak,
Compelled to believe that it seems a reality,

In truth imani and the free in this earth kingdom
Is all make-believe,
Hoping to relax the rapture in the redemption of the lost,
A retrospect of our black tribes that once stood strong
And proud for us all,

We are in need, I am in need,
Self-determination and self-proclamation to rise where we so fall,
With freedom and imani we as people will overcome all.
10-18-2007

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  • Rookie Nicole Jonson (12/16/2008 7:15:00 PM)

    i love this it embrace true feelings and its just great you seem good may you comment mine because being a poet is my dream and im starting young im 9 years old and would love for a older person to comment me other then my teacher......................................! ? ? ? ? ? ?

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011


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