Laquory Jones


My Undying Legacy - Poem by Laquory Jones

The road has been cold as I sweat
My emotions begins to run through
My head I've now made my bed
With that said I hurt and I spew
All The things that are true
Hoping you would help me spread
My wings getting lost in the dream
I've never been too good at these
Things as I try to learn and grow

I start to feel the spirit of Edgar Allen
Poe and the voice of Maya Angelou
All I ever wanted was to find my voice
Because dying isn't a choice as I vision
That hearse my insides has been hurt
Must be too many thoughts in the works
Everything became a blur
My words first came from the dirt
Because that's where I had came
From first with a body full of ashes
My thoughts will be forever everlasting
My head is what I'm bashing
With every word that I'm smashing

I was always taught to always keep
One vein on the throttle with each
Emotion that I bottle until I'm brain-
Dead or heaven-sent Demons will
Never relent does that mean I have
To repent to each serpent in my path
No doubt they will feel my wrath
Every insult to me is just another jab
As I try to bridge the gaps in poetry

This will be my undying legacy to be
The greatest I can ever be if you don't
Respect my legacy then you aren't
Only cheating me in the end you will
Start to see what I'm destined to be
An important figure of the century I
Feel it deep down in my soul my mind
I'll forever mold as stories continues
To be told I just wanted some respect
As death and life intersects I infer life
Has come to an end now a new one can
Begin maybe I was cutting it thin excuse me
I'm lost in thought success is what I sought
Or my life would be all for naught until then
I will forever fight until you prove me right

(1/16/2016)

Topic(s) of this poem: destiny, hope, legend, life and death

Form: Elegy


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 16, 2016


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