Keith Ricardo Williams

Rookie (12/10/1959 / Washington, D.C)

Chillin - Poem by Keith Ricardo Williams

I CHILLED WITH MY BRETHREN
THIS SATURDAY NIGHT
AT FIRST WE TALKED ABOUT JAH
WITH ALL OUR MIGHT
ADMIRED ALL OF GOD’S WONDEROUS SIGHTS
THEN IT TURNED TO WOMEN
OK ALRIGHT! !
THE ONES WE LOVED
THE ONES WE LIKED
BROUGHT SO MANY GOOD MEMORIES
GOOD TIMES, SAD TIMESS
BUT GOOD MEMORIES
I SMILED, AND LAUGHED SO MUCH WITH GLEE
THEN WE TALKED ABOUT HOW REAL LOVE SHOULD BE
FUNNY WE BOTH AGREED
A GOOD WOMAN IS ALL WE NEED
TO BRING JOY INTO THE LIGHT
TOGETHER WE SAID YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR RIGHT
WE TALKED ABOUT THE SWEET LOVE WE HAD
FUNNY IT DIDN’T MAKE ME SAD
I TALKED ABOUT HOW PROUD I WAS TO BE A DAD
ALL THE LOVE CHILDREN GIVE
NOT OURS BUT OTHER FOLKS KIDS
ALL THE GOOD THINGS WE DID
GOD IS SO GOOD
THAT’S THE WAY IT ENDS


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, October 13, 2008


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