Troy Ulysses Davis
Education - Poem by Troy Ulysses Davis
Majors that could of made you president.
Bachelors and bachelorettes now worthless.
So urgent the credit at the start
of the financial trek into slavery.
Generally worthless and overhyped.
Approaching midlife and desiring privacy.
Preferring research and personal academia.
Still continues, these skirmishes to ponder.
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