They called this the white world until we started beleaving -No good jobs for us so we started piloting and thieving -MacDonald’s not an option start the trapin’- White cops laughing watching us walk right into the man tarp -Since we cant be sent back lock us up, Contain us- Assassinate our leaders before we found direction- Keep us lost in the world of the white man
I fought to feel free
See my badges of honor
Scars on my soul
Ive paid my dues
I deserve to breathe
The tears on my face won’t ever dry
Cause the guilt in my heart won’t ever die
I can’t find love- I need an escort- Speaking on a whole differeny level- I think shes an export
When I See My Best Friend Crying,
“I’ll be right back, I’m about to kill the nigga who did it”
When you unexpectedly find a dollar in your pocket.
That pissed off moment the vending machine takes your money and keeps your snack
When you're seriously trying to watch something and your whole family decides to have a competition to see who can be the loudest.
Anonymous asked: a poem about waking up alone and realizing how extremely lonely you really are.
the overwhelming expanse
of an empty bed,
wake up crushed
omg yes its raining now i dont have to feel guilty about staying inside all day