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The Death of Women

Beautiful skin, soft kisses she brings a voice that can take the worse pain you feel far from within...
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Getting Older

How can I be aging, Hormones still raging, But my six pack, Decided to sit back, And give blubber...
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The World as we know it

The breeze stands still seemingly afraid of the terror of man’s wrath How is it that even nature that...
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I am Young

Another party tonight I must be there Exams around the corner but that’s the least New shoes, new hairstyle...
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Fix a Heart

Bounced and kicked, Lied and tricked, Ticked off by some, Drunk without rum, Merciless life, Continuous strife, Knifed back,...
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Jamaicans are Lost

The green and orange is still the order of the day Imprinted on the hearts of Jamaicans it runs...
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UnJamaican

I, too, am Jamaican. I sit in the backyard When company comes, I am the darker sister But I...
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I am Red!

I am crimson red flushed by your uninterested stare abased by the habitual primal fixations of your untamed glare...
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The Newspaper

I have been watched a thousand times, a record, a chronicle, a rhapsody of voices in unison blurred lines,...
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Pain

You straighten your mustard-coloured hat As you sit straight-backed Fingers flexed elastic Ready to wreak madness Melodies squeezed from...
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Nowadays Girls

Caught up in the “hype life” Who can give them money and pearls No virtue in them all respect,...
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The Life We Live

A little rain falls and dried up stains of blood are washed away Gunshot rings out and we turn...
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Street Children

They wipe your car glass As you make your way to work You drop a coin at their feet...
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The ‘Saviour’ has come

It’s been on the lips for months and months now the ‘Saviour’ has come Long meetings, budgets tabled and...
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