Biography of Nicholas Smith
Nicholas Smith is an American teenage poet who loves literature, reading novels, & writing poetry. Born on November 21,1995 in Decatur Georgia by Tabritha and Ray Smith, Nicholas showed an early interest in literary novels such as Harry Potter which was one of his many favorite series. Also showing great diction in the English language he often impressed his teachers and surprised many. Facing hardship in the home of his mother, Nicholas moved to his fathers house in the 6th Grade. Struggling constantly in school, finding self-identity, and dealing with his verbally abusive father, Nicholas felt as if his life was in complete turmoil. In 8th grade he started to show his passion for poetry, where during the summer he would research and read others poems, soon after he would pick up a pencil of his own and write. Currently living with his mother in Conyers, Georgia Nicholas plans on graduating high school next school year, attend Morehouse College, and become a New York Times bestselling author.
Nicholas Smith Poems
Jordans I remember it like it was yesterday My first pair of Js was the Playoff 8s
Miya My Miya
Miya My Miya As pretty as can be Stars for eyes Smile as pretty as the sunrise
Young Man Young Man
Let us talk as hours expand Come inside your mind Reverse time to where our black people were united Defiant but for great cause
Little Girl You Don'T Know Love
Little girls want little pearls Nails done hair done make up and pretty Disgusted by all this want every thing every little thing what about my love?
She had so much soul So much so that I can't even put a name on her Indeed she had one cause it was I who bestowed it upon
Why Why Why
Would my people have to be so ignorant clearly lost in this false world full of racist and innocence Constantly trying to prove how much badder we are then the other Hating if a brother has a higher mind than another
Janelle Janelle Let's talk as hours swell beauty in your heart I realize well That he hurt you but I'm here to ensure it'll never happen again
I Think I Loved That Girl
Beginning of the semester new school new year new me supposedly Sitting in the counselors office legs tired from standing so much Head ringing from a headache listening to these phones Lawd I just wanna go home but I'm pretty excited these girls don't look half bad better than the stuck-up ones at Eastside
Must she Be disrespected and why not he respect it? Why do we continue to disrespect our women?
Like Father Like Son
I guess I'm like you Lying and just fooling around all the time
I See America Crying
I see America crying time and time again Aside from the sin we commend
My Sweet Nëraé
Nerae? Wake up love I just want to tell you you're beautiful Not even the man above can forsake this
Good Riddance old friend you weren't needed in this life of mine With or without you I will shine
Pain is what I feel everyday of my life Trying to heal and conceal my thoughts and plots
My Fair Lady
My fair lady
You are of wonder
Why do you think of yourself as of blunder?
One man would be a fool not to enjoy your presence
It is like a second of heaven each moment with you
Which will not be forsaken, my dear it is of pleasance
To see that smile, and your face