“Deaf To The Devils Laughter”
You’s amongst another master pay attention to the grammar, Don’t let the tyrant fool you I’m deaf to the devils laughter
I said you’s amongst another master pay attention to the grammar, Don’t let the tyrant fool you I’m deaf to the devils laughter
Read into my timeline I told you this twice everything you worked for you could lose in one night, give entertainment for the brainless but you stuck living blindedly, for the jaded women that you search so helplessly for, that sexual energy tell me what would you need more?
You’re either deaf dumb or blinded or your guilty conscious chooses to ignore, all the obvious signs your oblivious mind, a once well respected MC transformed by society
But who are we to be if being me ain’t free?! keep america american? Ha Ha, yeah shots out to Mitt Romney!
Okkk killa Obama i see he trying a make a change, but change died with Martin Luther King so where are we now? Centuries behind, because of the governments laws and lies?
The masses, dumb downed for the social spectrum’s all of the media networks, but we in these streets hearing political outcries as the kids play around the chalk lines of the murders from last night!
Lets get a grip its time to get ya’ mind right! Run with us or get left behind!
They puttin’ turbans on they head, they sneaking bombs in the feds.
Forget they secrets, forget they lies, forget they diplomatic approach we opening third eyes, so leave the games for the coach.
I’m really trying a make a stand I’m the daughter of man but why are my men so feminine?
Who did you think them to be? A government built on greed?
Who did you think JFK was? A president who understood a black scholars words?
But who are we do you suppose? A society in shambles if we don’t support each other? Black, white, brown and every other color.
See this ain’t about race, because we’re all so human. Everybody’s running, you either running from it or you running to it.
See I pray God gives us strength when our souls grow weak. I’m here because of love… love motivates me to speak.
~ Poem Written By Elissa Joe Granger
(e-lee-sha) (j-oh) (grain-jur)
March 29th, 2014