Keith Wright

Rookie (1988- / Oklahoma City)

Shot Down - Poem by Keith Wright

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SOME PEOPLE RIDIN' AROUND IN A BENZO SITTIN' ON 21 INCH LORENZO'S SHOWIN' OFF THEIR BLING TO THE LITTLE KIDS LOOKIN' OUT THE WINDOW OF A STORE, WHEN SOMEONE ENTERS THE DOOR AND PULLS OUTTA NINE, EVERYTHING LOOKS AS IF ITS GONA BE FINE, UNTIL ONE POOR CUSTOMER STARTS TO WINE ABOUT LIFE AND THAT HE HAS A KID AND A WIFE AT HOME, AND THAT HE CANT BE SHOT BECAUSE HE CAN'T LEAVE HIS KID AND WIFE ALONE, AS SOON AS HE SAYS THAT HE GETS SHOT IN THE DOME, NOW HIS FAMILY MUST ROAM AND TRY AND FIND WHAT HAD HAPPEN TO HIM, THEY THOUGHT HE HAD BEEN GONE FOR A LONG TIME, THEY DIDNT EVEN KNOW ABOUT THE COMMITED CRIME, NOW ANOTHER CHILD IS GOING TO ACT WILD BECAUSE HE HAS NO DAD, IF ONLY WE HAD BETTER HOODS IN THIS WORLD, WE WOULDNT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT PEOPLE THINKIN THEIR BIGGER SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY PULLED THE TRIGGER GO FIGURE.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008



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