Troy Ulysses Davis
New Jersey (Mirrored Acrostic) - Poem by Troy Ulysses Davis
Not a bad place to become a man
Escape the lore of fast money, exercise.
Work helps us escape hardship's window
Justice usually charges a short Hajj.
Emerging into a small empire.
Ready for the world afar.
Sometimes feel you're stuck in Genesis
Entrance is easy and escape
yearns are usually abandoned early.
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