Mustafa Marconi

Rookie - 92 Points (23 Nov.,1961 / New York, New York)

Mustafa Marconi Poems

161. And The Tears Keep Rolling On 5/12/2009
162. Let Me See 7/9/2010
163. Blood Ties 4/19/2009
164. You Are My One And Only Girl 4/6/2009
165. What Is A Man 4/27/2007
166. The Very Last Time 4/27/2007
167. Self Righteous Pedestal 12/25/2008
168. What's Mine Is Mine 3/27/2007
169. Amazing 4/9/2009
170. Chaos And Mayhem 4/6/2009
171. A Time For Love 1/26/2011
172. Your Time 9/27/2009
173. Family Comes First, Part 2 4/29/2009
174. A Prayer For You 4/26/2009
175. Family Comes First 4/27/2009
176. How Beautiful The Song 4/19/2009
177. Viva; Our Gift Of Life 4/6/2009
178. Poverty Land 4/23/2007
179. A Place Of Harmony 1/26/2008
180. Troubled Streets 4/27/2007
181. Beneath The Ocean's Wave 4/20/2007
182. Young Man, Older Woman 5/4/2009
183. Backstreet Blues 4/20/2007
184. America, Are You Happy 5/10/2009
185. Game 4/13/2009
186. Back To Where I'M From 4/9/2009
187. America Her Rise And Fall 2/19/2007
188. Heavy Conversations 4/21/2007
189. Remember The Holocaust 2/19/2007

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  • Alyssa Meszaros (4/20/2007 10:06:00 PM)

    Hello Mustafa. I'm new to this site, and I was wondering if there was anything speacial that might be nice to know about it.

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Best Poem of Mustafa Marconi

Remember The Holocaust

Mr. Johnson you silly little boy
Disregard those outrageous assumptions
The hands of time will continue to progress
So only you are to blame for your failures my son
That was hundreds of years ago
Circumstances are different now
Legislation has been passed
Racism is now a serious crime
Success awaits you my boy
New opportunities are breathing life
Each and every day
So forget all that non-sense about slavery
But for Gods sake, Remember the holocaust
I realize your ancestors where kidnapped,
Raped beaten and tortured
“Red drops trickling from the...

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Cee Cee

Cee Cee said she couldn’t take it
She had the last of what she considered
To be the worst situation in the world
She’s tired of being broke
Tired of washing dishes
Tired of doing the laundry
And tired of braiding his hair
She’s frustrated with the fact
That he’s never home

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