Lady Lyrical Kay

Rookie (December 15th,1991 / Detroit, MI)

Lady Lyrical Kay Poems

1. Welcome Home 1/28/2008
2. Daydreamin' 1/28/2008
3. Untitled 1/28/2008
4. Real Recognize Real 1/28/2008
5. Why Lie? 1/28/2008
6. So Gone 1/28/2008
7. Reminiscin' (With Gabi) 1/28/2008
8. Unsatisfactory 7/19/2008
9. Deaf People. 7/19/2008
10. Rehab 8/8/2008
11. All I Feel 8/15/2008
12. The World Is Changing. 8/15/2008
13. I'M Not God 8/23/2008
14. Beginning To The End 8/23/2008
15. Waste Of Time 8/29/2008
16. Avoid The Rain 4/25/2009
17. Straight From The Heart 8/31/2009
18. Speak & Mean It. (Dr. Mlk Tribute) 1/18/2010
19. Everybody Needs Somebody 3/14/2010
20. Moment Gone By 1/28/2008
21. Invisible 7/18/2008
22. Vault (Written 12/17/09) 3/28/2010
23. All I Want 3/6/2011
24. Please Excuse My Loneliness (Repost 9/4/2009) 11/7/2011
25. Deep In Me 3/28/2010
26. Teardrop 7/19/2008
27. I Am Me. 1/28/2008
28. Pain 1/28/2008
29. Fate 1/28/2008
30. Losing Myself (Writtten 1/31/10) 3/28/2010
31. Don'T Judge A Book By Its Cover 9/1/2008
Best Poem of Lady Lyrical Kay

Don'T Judge A Book By Its Cover

Don't ever judge a book by its cover,
because only the good things you look for are in the index,
but what you skim over,
makes you feel you're too complex.

Just being mentioned,
spoken about,
thought about,
it happens alot.

Read between the lines,
you'll never know what you'll find,
if you're illiterate,
go get help, so you can mind.

Mind your own pages and words,
so you can figure it out,
don't let those interesting words,
go down a drain, if not, in a drought.

So, if you looking for something,
go straight to the...

Read the full of Don'T Judge A Book By Its Cover

Welcome Home

Last night, in fright, I fell down a hole, stood up swole, lies never told, to you my friend; like I said, may I begin again; I fell down a hole, stood up swole, with hurt... didn't know where I was, because, I believe this was a dream, to see, my future, that holds me, in the end.

A man, I take that back; yes, it was a spirit, named God. He said this is my timeline, of life, upon my sight. I suddenly, shrugging my shoulders, the beholder, held my life, and on my side, there were two buttons,

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