Star Blossom Williams

Rookie (December 15,1996 / Hosipital)

Master-Plan - Poem by Star Blossom Williams

It's a battle between us two
But only one can win
Holding up the belt
Wrapped around their skin
Feels like a noose
Tugging at our throats
Propelling our fists
Much more closer thank most
Should I stand up or
Should I coward to my feet?
Sixteen years ago,
All my lessons were a defeat
I built the land you walk upon
From my hands to my knees
I sacrificed my son
For' his blood will set you free
Resisting by determination
You're an intelligent man
Unfortunately, your chain broke
And demolished my master-plan
Now as I gaze into your eyes
And I've set a new position
I've noticed you don't blink
In fact, move any inches
I stepped a little closer
Assuming It's a trap
I looked over my shoulders
But Nothing seemed to match
Where could he be?
Repeats in my mind
His master-plan revealed
Is what made me so blind

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I made this on May 24,2013. I made it for a class project and I wanted the class to know that I'm not a Christian... and this poem defiantly informs those who read it of that.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013


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