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King of Blades
Very nicely written. Your work shows methodical intentionality.

Very good work.

dynamix
Thanks, KoB, 'preciate you taking the time to read, bro.

King of Blades
Originally posted by dynamix
Thanks, KoB, 'preciate you taking the time to read, bro.

Not a problem, but please, post more!

Such gifts should not be squandered

dynamix
Originally posted by King of Blades
Not a problem, but please, post more!

Such gifts should not be squandered

smile much obliged, sir

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Scribble
Just been reading over some of this, it's pretty impressive stuff. I'm rubbish at poetry, but I like reading it. These poems have a real sense of flow, you can read them like you would fiction. Above all, they don't come across as the creation of an inflated ego: they read like someone with a flair and passion for language. Essentially, they aren't cheesy, trite or forced. They're just well-written pieces. Nice work, dynamix!

dynamix
Originally posted by Scribble
Just been reading over some of this, it's pretty impressive stuff. I'm rubbish at poetry, but I like reading it. These poems have a real sense of flow, you can read them like you would fiction. Above all, they don't come across as the creation of an inflated ego: they read like someone with a flair and passion for language. Essentially, they aren't cheesy, trite or forced. They're just well-written pieces. Nice work, dynamix!

wow didn't see this before. thanks, Scribble, i really appreciate the kind word, sir! smile

dynamix

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*Vs a guy name Soul Slayer*
*Topic: Population Control*

"During their four years in power, the Khmer Rouge overworked and starved the population, at the same time executing selected groups who had the potential to undermine the new state (including intellectuals or even those that had stereotypical signs of learning, such as glasses) and killing many others for even breaching minor rules.

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Food For Thought

they say that history repeats, dont take it lightlym so listen....
this is food for thought to curb an appetite for destruction...

there are rich and poor, big and small, thin and wide
there's the brighter side but then we have the gen-o-cide
started in seventy-five; that's when the plot would thicken
home's where the heart is yet we're trapped in hell's kitchen
couldnt smell what they were cooking so we sound and cheered
a resounding spark...that started out our foulest years...
they would warn of attacks...a propoganda act
in other words, it's Pol POT calling the kettle black
held in the act their control was created by fear;
as they would spoon-fed us all these half-baked ideas
terrorizing civilians..with claims of bomb threats
fitting of Khmer Rouge the way they painted the town red
knowledge are down kept; trace were death impose
penalties were set on those who made a......."spectacle"
so contempt and human waste replaced room with a full view
cuz literally, we sat and fuccin stewed in their own juice
abused by our own. truth? we'd fight to survive....
but starvation meant it's hard to take a bite outta crime
it's appetite for destruction; hundreds' beaten n' battered
anarchist cookbook couldnt piece this recipe for disaster
believing strength in numbers, many counted their blessing
but if u are what u eat...then we amounted to nothing!
thousands were sent to rice fields as senseless slaves!
the results were death if you went against the grain
stench of pain had us praying "Please Buddha save us
from starvation"...we couldn't enjoy our...fruits of labor
so we chewed on the fact that we're fighting with luck
cause its either...u bite the bullet...or ur biting the dust
so bite ur tongue....despite the sad dramas and tears
vea mean kabut yurng mean chantak anah mote cheang?*
placed in hell's kitchen we would dwell as restless souls
growing bitter; revenge was a dish best served cold
i would pester my folks 'bout how they managed escape
but the mere thought would prompt a bad aftertaste
the truth's hard to swallow; maybe not knowing is best
cause sometimes food for thought....can be hard to digest
so why bite more than you can chew; forget and forgo
cuz the reality will probably bring a big lump to your throat
as friends become enemies when given ration of sums
cuz fck breakin bread..we're too busy panning for crumbs
hardship and famine exposed our most basic design
how we'd opt for piece of cake instead of peace of mind.
sleep in silence re-education were taught in vain
cuz they can try and brainwash but dirty thoughts remain
i got dreaaaams of killing off these sons of bitches
i aint playing its kinda crazy.....


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*They have swords we have focus/perseverance. Which is sharper?

Scribble
Nice new works, dynamix. I can't tell if there's a religious angle to some of them or just a humanist one, either way though, your structure and rhyming is as good as ever, keep up the good work.

dynamix
man, thank a lot Scribble! Again, really appreciate the kind words, brother. And nah alot of the religious reference are used for effect lol.

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