Mohammed Balchi


Discrimination Never Leaves A Smile - Poem by Mohammed Balchi

As the salt left my tongue a constant taste
Blood a friend of tears no foe consequences of my o'precious skin u lambaste
Everything had to have my life sapid
Everything but a while to make me vapid
Sealing the unsealed of dead skin, scars left my pain forget the tongue
Bluish parts drain through too long
But a foe make my ground to shater
Left over years lonely blue nothin' matters
Gold never rust but iron does
i'm nobody so noone loves
had to be somebody get attention
agree with discrimination once that between us all dissension


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 11, 2010



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