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  1. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Dream Evil

    alone in my bed I lay still not able to pray I close my eyes to a world unknown cobwebs etched in the very fabric of my existence alone helpless with demonic bites viscous fangs with long stemmed dripping blood off side slowly I walk through a vast corridor of the dead all damned the...
  2. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Love

    The first time I met you and looked into your eyes I knew the difference between love and possession There was warmth, tenderness, and understanding You gave me laughter, confidence, and shelter You made me feel like I was just born, my past had never existed You made me feel worthwhile; I...
  3. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Just Having Fun

    I'm just having fun, but no doubt someone will take this serious I'm about to take you on a lyrical experience I'm having fun with words, like when a baby first starts reading books Saying I'm good at rhyming, Is like saying Mike Tyson packs a decent punch I best mention the Kardashians other...
  4. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Desire

    We allowed the lies of our lives to expire, when we used to dance around fires, while the heat of our bodies perspired to the gods without names that we lived to be desired by, that we saw from the rocks and the trees to the birds in the sky, and even though this once bitter soul might try, to...
  5. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Take it Easy

    How long will it take for you to see Life is just an illusion, it’s going pass eventually The flesh is just a lie Eventually you’re gonna die But your soul will live on Rejoice in this don’t mourn God made you to die It’s why you were born Last night GOD spoke to me Your pain will end soon, so...
  6. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : Old School

    Old School Remember the old boom box boogey down to the socks Reggie Jackson chewy bars & Tommy's pop rocks Parachutte pants with the hair high fade Wake up late in a purple haze saying it's going to be one of those days Back it up even further playing cowboys and indians in the sand box...
  7. Mario William vitale

    Black Poetry : African Children

    African Children Written by: Mario Vitale African Children they sleep at night with belly's empty rolling in the dirt to comfort their sore's hands, eyes, feet Marley & Tosh sang of their freedom's cry Torn illumination Elephant screams Disappearing act through the night A call to...
  8. asimplepoet

    Black Poetry : Tug-a-war of Faith & Intellect

    Dying to finally erupt from my mental But the aftermath may be detrimental For the world is purposely judgmental Yet I can't keep this truth compartmental As this knowledge transforms transcendentally Purposely sought after never gained accidentally However today my pen seems to be...
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