If I Could Meet Langston Hughes - Poem by David Thomas
Hold up my man,
let us talk before we fight. And
i want to recommend
that we fight.
We'll be respectful and it'll
give you a great idea for
some, above mediocre poetry.
So my man, hold up your hands,
this ain't a hate crime.
We'll fight where if you win
no one will accuse, same to i.
Let's do this, one two one two
a quick jab to the eye,
come my idol, let us fight.
you be black and i'll be white.
don't worry, one day it does change,
we all bleed the same.
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