The First Shrike

Rookie (Still Waiting-Inpending / Hernando County Florida)

Stand With Me Or Not - Poem by The First Shrike

A lettered man
that knows the law
is all I aks of thee

Whom forth integrity
uncorrupt
will come
stand by me

Upon my life
no names
unto they

Would I so
dare
to speak

So here me now
I beg no
more

Safely hidden
away I say

So betray
me no more
lie to me no more
cover up that no more

Built upon no truth

Only my freedom
all said proceedings

For
I now grow stronger
wont tolerate said

Aforementioned
predicated
premeditated
prejuditcial
probative
none in value

In my interest
Not
Strike it from your book
only way
to cover
lies
Compromise I will
come to me soon


Comments about Stand With Me Or Not by The First Shrike

  • (7/21/2007 6:32:00 AM)


    I'll stand with you, but let's get the spelling sorted so there is no misunderstanding. I guess there is a deliberate misconstrual built into the construction so as to differentiate, but you only leave speculation where there should be definitive postulates. Rgds, Ivan (Report) Reply

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  • (7/21/2007 5:05:00 AM)


    strike when the iron in the soul is hot
    thoughtlessness residing in the fissures of the mind
    even when it wont get caught as an afterthought...
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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