Steven Taylor

Rookie (6/7/58 / Cleveland, Ohio)

you're fired nigger!


you're fired nigger! pack ya shit,
you can't resign, and you cain't quit
yo time is up, yo dues is paid,
forget about them plans you made

you're fired nigger! out you go
don't show yo ass round here no moe
don't send no chrismiss cards; don't call,
done took yo picture off our wall

you're fired nigger! be on yo way
there ain't gone be no severance pay,
we'll mail yo ass yo last pay check
down to skid rows' what we expect

you're fired nigger! don't come back
be gone in your old Cadillac,
good riddance to yo dusty ass
you're ugly, dumb, no style, no class

you're fired nigger! hit the bricks
go join them rag heads and them spics
go back on welfare, collect them stamps
like all them other ghetto tramps

you're fired nigger! this is good bye
and you best not look me in my eye,
i'll never let yo black ass see,
the envy that's inside of me
you're still a slave,
you are not free,
never will be, ...

you're fired nigger!

Submitted: Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Edited: Thursday, November 25, 2010

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  • Rookie Lee Degnan (11/21/2006 11:03:00 PM)

    This poem was powerful to me... really shook me... now going to go read more. Like your style!
    ~Lee (Report) Reply

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