Alvin Parkinson

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Who Knock’s On My Door

Taps of claps my bell rings from outside
From my shelter who can it be and when and why
Is it pestilence and infestation coming for unwell ness for I
It has to be it feels so dybbuk and harmful trying to rob what’s mine

Ding dong Ding-dong I run down to see who is it no one there to quick
Or is it some silly kids playing ding-dong ditch
No not children they blind the eyes of these beings who disturb me so
Too virtuous for the sights of these detestable rats and toads

Knocks of the taps from the hand is reprehensible
And a contemptible syndrome that is ...

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But Only Not You

There’s one who is in my class who sits in the middle of the class
Who is as fair as your skin, but still is consider black
She is as quiet as your are, but as noisy with companies around
She moves her feet as you do; she moves it up and down

She is as sweet as you are, you and her aren’t really that far
Except that she wasn’t you so she can’t be as you are
She may have your hair she may have your care
She may bring memorization of 8th grade except she wasn’t there