everette johnson

Rookie (04/25/1995 / chicago)

The good luck chain

The chain is the one that started the
so called world writer the chain is the one that
gives him confudence to believe the chain is like
a key to a door that unlocks new things no one ever seen
the unheard of writing unbelieveable art that
appears on paper before I got the chain I didn't know
what I was writing. Poetry I didn't know what poetry was
when I first found that chain i didn't know it would change
my life to even be come him the world writer a person to step up to
writing, poetry, art, the chain is the world writer a shadow and the shadow beside me like a wall the rap writing and i think without my chain the day won't be the same but hopefully if the sun is out
that's one of my biggest good luck chains I ever had.

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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the day i found the chain and me just writing away with poetry

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