Electric Hipster Poems
- Eternal Lamb
- Ode To A Sunflower Proverbs 3,15-18: 'She is more precious ...
- Early Morning Ramble 178 Howling in the early morning streets...
- My Belle When he was still in youth's skin there were images ...
- Ripples Of Time
- Black America (The Story Of Pa...
My name is Ryan I had to come up with 'Electric Hipster' cause somebody had the name.I always feel these sections are bleak and could never fully give a person an accurate perspective on me, but I'll try. I love Poetry (obviously if I'm on this site) I love music-Jazz, Hip-Hop, Classic Rock, Delta Blues, etc...I find inspiration in everything. I do spoken word all over South Jersey, Philly, and... more »
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Black America (The Story Of Pain And Glory)
From the rich land of Africa where we were King's of our soil dripped in gold brought to you beaten, battered, and sold.America, we sailed across your rippling seas against our will as we sought survival while thousands of us lay desolate, demoralized, and dead before arrival.America, finally here where we forced to work without pay as our blood, sweat, and tears trickled against our brown skin from sun up till the break of day.America, to pass the crawling time spent on our ragged heels we let our voices ring out across the cotton fields. America, we sang, oh yes! we sang. About our ...Read the full of Black America (The Story Of Pain And Glory)