Rhyme sonny

Rookie (Accra - Ghana)

this is a live freestyle poetry at BLESS THE MIC/ BASE LOUNGE. ACCRA-GHANA

You always call me do this
Because you know I can do this
I also come here to do this
And I know how to do this

And I do it in a way which is diplomatic
I do it in different languages because I am dynamic
I do it in Twi, English and even in Arabic
You always talk about my characteristic, you say I m artistic
I don’t know about that, all I know is that my expressions are tricky and catchy, They are idiomatic
My rhymes contains pill that heals
your diseases so you don’t need antibiotics
You don’t even need to go to the clinic
Or see those healers who do their own thing in a way they call pranic
My rhymes are big, bigger than the largest
ocean in the world, ocean pacific
It flows like the Atlantic
It sends chills down your spine, because it is colder than the deepest side of the Antarctic
It contains biblical codes even though I am not an ecclesiastic
I am not even a catholic
Neither am I an apostolic nor a charismatic
I am just poetic
You are nodding your head, tapping your feet,
But let me tell you this is poetry and not music
Okay, I understand why you are doing this;
You have realized that the arrangements of my poems are harmonic
The flow is rhythmic
And the voice is also very angelic
The smell... Very aromatic
My rhymes contains current giving you shocks, kicking you like the electric
And I tell you today that small time to come that my presence alone will cause a huge traffic

Interactions with the crowd
I want to ask your opinions about my rhymes

What is your name…? Dominic
….. It is toxic
What is your name…? Mystic
…...the ph level of your rhymes is acidic
What is your name…? Atomic
….. For me the flexibility rate of your rhymes is more than the plastic

…...it is archaic (from the crowd)

Who said it is archaic
What is 1-(-1) , you don’t even know your arithmetic
Get yourself a Daily Graphic
Open page no 34, you will see illustrated creatures, comic
That is what you look like. May be you are even
more than that, alcoholic
Because you don’t seems to know the difference
between onion and garlic
And if you say that these rhymes are archaic
Then I beg to say that you are mentally s.i.c.k
I m not only diplomatic
I m also democratic
I give you the opportunity to air your views
I have been following this show from way back from hypnotic
I wanted to be a part,
PY told me to be myself, to be authentic
Mantse, you told me to be classic
B K, said I am prolific
My rhymes have no third or fourth gear, it is automatic
It is harder than the ceramic
Sorry for bothering you, I just wanted today’s show to be dramatic

Submitted: Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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