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1874, RE: (n)igga (g)et (t)he (f)uck (o)utta (h)ere (w)ith (t
Posted by Morehouse, Mon Apr-19-04 09:08 PM
you got fire...i admire that...

why are you jumping down homeboy's throat?

another question:
did nelly force those women to be in the video?

there is a problem far greater than nelly as an entertainer,
because bottom line, that's what he does and if people didnt
watch it, it wouldnt air...there is a respect factor that is missing; black men toward black women, black women toward themselves, etc.

i commend spelman and these issues run deep.



she loves me...more than she knows.

exist in limbo.

"when my love comes to see me itís
just a little like music,a
little more like curving colour(say
against silence,or darknessÖ" -e.e. cummings

"we are accidents waiting to happen" -radiohead

"Poetry is a kind of distilled insinuation. Itís a way of expanding and talking around an idea or a question. Sometimes, more actually gets said through such a technique than a full frontal assault." -Yusef Komunyakaa

"The Black Artist's role in America is to aid in the destruction of America as he knows it. His role is to report and reflect so precisely the nature of the society, and of himself in that society, that other men will be moved by the exactness of his rendering and, if they are black men, grow strong through this moving, having seen their own strength, and weakness; and if they are white men, tremble, curse, and go mad, because they will be drenched with the filth of their evil."

-Amiri Baraka, from "State/meant" in the essay, "Home"

"My love is my soul's imagination. How do I love thee?...Imagine." -Saul Williams