Tamisha Bellamy

Rookie - 0 Points (January 25 1988-)

Shalom - Poem by Tamisha Bellamy

Weakness hides behind flesh
The flesh is weak
Strong bodies with persuasive lips never really seem to sit still or sleep
Strong bodies exercise their education
Too quick to spit out their words of judgements
and shake the hands of their brothers who kisses their asses
or bends over to have their asses kissed
That is how nurture works

Strong bodies practice to be the best humans they can be
Humans are money hungry thieves
Fake right from their huge ego eccentric brains to the soles of their feet
The point is that the minds of bodies and humans
who depend on their flesh to keep the world movin'
are nothing but weak

Too weak to shake hands and call it truce
Everyone wants to be a winner
So they lie, cheat, and destroy everything from mother nature
Too weak to say Shalom and grant peace
Everyone wants to be a tree
No one wants to wait for their season
So their roots brittle and break
From the soil down down low
Yow want to be happy then spread happiness
Try Shalom

Dogs vs. cats
Cats vs. rats
Night vs. day
Thunder vs. rain

Bees vs. birds
Pervs vs. nerds
Popular vs. loneliness
Americans vs. foreigners

Boys vs. girls
Masculine vs. feminine
Rich vs. poor
Selfish vs. genuine

There is a battle going on
It's hard to say if friendship still exists
Forget about money exchange or presidential elections
Why can't we love without adding sex in the mix?
Peace is what we all need

Everyone likes to talk about decreasing suicide
Strong bodies wish to find the cure for Aids
Their actions are unknown
Silent whispers and prayers are unheard
But try Shalom

Shalom for all people
Shalom for everything nature
Lets be whole
Lets spread peace
Lets spread Shalom


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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