Cherokee Akan Ewe

Do I Care? - Poem by Cherokee Akan Ewe

nah not really
cause the mind of the masses is controlled
by it's favorite media
sow no time for feeling sorry and broken down
and um ooowee (echoing)
keeping my reproductive organs to myself sounds safe indeed
sexless to the maxims righ
and loyal to my own path be the tightest righ
and you be the loyal to your own path be the tightest righ
cause the nonstop boogie oogie will never stop on mine righ
righ Cherokee Akan Ewe righ
im all about my peoples from the Cherokee who be the most indigenous without paper righ (echoing)
aaaah geah
and im all about my peoples from Akan doing everything we can and we should going against they bang out they brains
ending up senseless
and if i see another look at me like that
immah rearrange they left hemisphere
until they motor skills feel
they body
can't feel no mo
say wat? ? ? (echoing)

Topic(s) of this poem: real life, real success

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Letter to my Empire via internet and tonight...i really don't care how them others be tricking and treating with they sex with they politics with they religions and faiths..i just didn't give a cent about em and on the real they ain't my business...i need my flight license and ship too cause nobody in my Clan can fly or teleport like back in the old real Priest days and i mean teleport on that notion as i got my CDL and i can fix this or that man it be a sweetest taste in my mouf when i can chop the air and repel down again...and shipping ain't nothing when the business do on it's own cause i ain't messing wid none of the taxes personally...i can't be taxed except on myself and let my people get paid to the fullest cause a company is a company of 3 or more platoons....

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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