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    michael JPiC Contributor

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    Di go da ice-scream man
    And we did not eat ham like Sam we
    Did not eat it really
    And it was
    A big deal
    I was hoping that mommy could get the six [CENTER
    Cones...Patricia Karen Michael Casandra Valorie Jonathan
    We seemed so alone
    On an


    Unto ourselves

    Being able to stay out until the streetlights came on
    Frisbee Roman Candles Sparkler's
    The ironing cord and you gonna get it
    Dat picture of us at da beach
    Lookin a hot mess
    Da mulity colored food stamps
    Anger with no one to manage
    Shake and bake some earth quakes of "79"
    Da Haitians who lived across da street
    Shout out to you
    And to Haitian people
    Remember the time you got into mommies
    Bottle of aspirin
    and got so sick
    Dat was some shit
    And how I let dem kids
    Mess with you
    Because I was afraid of dey big brother
    times we spent together
    Some great and some so so
    You know
    This winter snow
    so beautiful
    much like you...speaking
    at mommies funeral
    Da way you were always standing standing up yo
    Another poem for Val
    While reminiscing and shit

    Posted By michael | Sep 6, 2011

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