ron strickland

Rookie (08-17-72 / Chicago, Illinois)

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Chi-town raised.
Living just enough for the city.
The projects was my home,
So I always felt pitied.

Born in the 70's,
raised in the hood.
Blest with the caring hands of a loving mother,
but was usually misunderstood.

High I.Q.,
or so I was told,
Not encouraged to hit the books,
cuz I was 5'10' at 10 years old...

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Tv Stand.

Here we go.
Once upon a time,
not long ago.
There lived a couple of Teletubbies,
with mass afros.

Where laws were broke,
In justice was shot.
An the Jeffersons was invious,
of what I got.

There lived a junk dealer,
in this is what he said.
'Me in Lamont,
gone make some bread'.

They sold,
a TV,
a toaster,
in a old school oven.
Fred contimplated putting Aunt Esther to work,
but she wouldn't share her loving.

That was just stupid......

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