Jazzy Thomson

Rookie - 2 Points (5/3/97 / Milwaukee)

When My Brother Went To Jail - Poem by Jazzy Thomson

It was sometime in April
I was playing outside
Hangin with my brother friends
One wanted to go for a ride

As they started to leave
One saw on the side of out house
Someting frightfull to any trouble maker
Her eyes, as if shed seen a mouse

She turned to tell my brother
The horror around the corner
With fear in her expression
The pork was ready for him to order

They drove up to the house
My brother tried to hide
But they were sure to find him
For the law he didnt obide

Eventually they found him
And put his hands in cuffs
As they read him his rights
He didnt get at all rough

Once again they took him
And put him behind bars
He'll always be my brother
No matter near or far

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 17, 2012

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