Kaspa Richards

Rookie (29/08/1988 / London, England)

Hits The Mark - Poem by Kaspa Richards

Off to a forest to a spot where I know shroomies grow
With two spliffs in my pocket so you know im walking slow
Don’t do that do good s**t and try catch me up though
Coz my mood will explode feeling like a different person
Right now im just a stranger none of you know
Spilling my heart with a rhythmical flow with blood ink that glows
Take that spotlight off me coz I can’t stand being apart of your show
Coz even though its breaking my heart I wanna be alone instead of you tearing me apart
Im just trying vent my emotions when I write im not attempting art
I got too much sh*t in my head for me too even get with a tart
My stress levels are way off the chart
Throw in a history of family problems that fire poisoned darts
That picks apart your dreams but the idiots left me smart
And my friends turned there back on me and expect me not start
Im the only one defending myself the only one with a heart
So ill bite like a crocodile while these puppies sit and bark
There the fish in my dish im an ocean dwelling shark
Even though I miss the days my friends and I would lark about in the dark
Im not afraid to prove my point and proudly hit the mark
And though it was years ago it hardened up my heart
If I was Moses I would’ve never let you on my arc


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 27, 2010


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