LaRon Green Sr.

Rookie - 41 Points (Washington DC)

Life on the inside-Life of an incarcerated criminal Poem by LaRon Green Sr.

Incarcerated is a world of hopes and dreams
A place where you must make canteen
It's where cents feel like millions
Dollars feel like zillions
But one thing for sure, there is no healing
Incarcerated is a world of stars and stripes
A place where you must make a good fight
It's where basketball, handball and baseball
is the games
Working out, robbing, stealing and weightlifting
is your fame, what a shame there is no one to blame
Incarcerated is a world of men and women
A place where you must make communion
It's where love, care and support is minimal
Hatred, lewdness, murderous, slanderness
In here is your criminals
What a life of an incarcerated gentleman
Life on the inside

Submitted: Saturday, February 11, 2012
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  • Bronze Star - 2,344 Points Hans Vr (2/25/2012 7:58:00 AM)

    An eye opening poem, well written and important for many people to read. I think you really have a lot fo talent to write and the content of the poems you write is really worth reading. Very well done (Report) Reply

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