Biography of Jayvin George
I am from South Carolina, I like to have fun and express myself through poetry
Jayvin George Poems
Never Forget To Remember
When the question is asked ' who do you do it for' your name will be mentioned. When they look at me sideways I will ignore the tension. I will embrace the happiness as memories come into my head. From racing go-karts around community cash until the times we jumped in the bed.
If i told you that i could ease some of your pain could u trust me 2 some extent. The pain of a heart breaking is something we can prevent. Starting with two young people deep in love. The love is stronger than a momma bear to her precious cub.
If i threated tomorrow and poked at next week with a couple of knives. Maybe the month would fly away into the great blue skies. Would it return before its time to show up. Or leave us alone because we are too far gone & too corrupt.
My pledge to be a successful young adult My pledge, pay attention quote by quote "I will be the best man to my ability" "If you don't like me you can try to get rid of me"
Unhappiness creeps upon the soul of the un expected. Un happiness is disliked but well respected. You know like that dude with a rough past but made something out of it. But un happiness never allows recovery like it throws you in a pit.
If Muhammad Ali makes medicine sick; I gave a cold the flu. I am one bad muthafucka I thought yall knew. One time I even hurt the ground. I jumped in the air, landed and heard a cracking sound.
Playing The Devils Advocate
Frustration over crowding confusion. The world we pretend our own is an illusion. The devil does work with folks in disguise. But we know there is a heaven that lies above those great skies.
Run-away train run-away train. Head feels like its spinning from thoughts racing through my brain. Run-away train why are you so shy? Run-away train things will get better look into the sky.
Amercia (Tribute To Trayvon Martin)
Pursued & killed for wearing a hoodie. When i heard that i was like no way he can get away with this shit but with the justice system could he? The verdict came pounding like a 25 pound hammer. Niggas are dying but no one getting put in the slammer.
The World We Live In (Our World)
Staring into space thinking about life For some reason its not living up 2 all of the hype Is it the bad parts taking over the good Or could it be that the way of life should be understood
I get up in life to get drug back down I sit in one spot waiting for it to circle back around Smiles turning to frowns day in and night out Sit and pray for rain to get nothing but drought
long nights short lived. This life, greatly feared new door new opportunity. you may fell like 'this is all new to me'
I'm a jack of all trades meaning that i need a queen, but when i get queen i hope she doesn't have a king and if she got a king then he must have to face an ace. 2 wild niggas runnin up sprayin guns like they just a can of mace. 3 niggas down with four families affected. 5 men carrying the casket of the ones that some may say god neglected.
The Time That Comes
That awkward silence of death. You hear the terrifying news and it as if your heart has left. It has left you shaken and shook up. And all at once your emotions erupt.
The Worlds Ending Begins
What happens when two worlds collide?
Does it leave everything dead like a homicide?
Does it cause much confusion?
Or do we pretend everything is ok and believe the illusion?
The illusion of things being the same.
When deep down in your heart you know its a damn shame.
Shameful of how things came to this or how you lived life.
Pain and sorrow cutting deep like a knife.
But as we hide our emotions we show our true personality.