Being Black in America

By king Moosa

Being Black in America, I preserver but I swear it’s barley bearable 

Don’t worry you won’t have to break down parables 

They talked building walls but never broke down barriers 

Cigarettes can even get you choked out for carrying

Beware of the court house those streets will try and marry ya

Kidnap you, slave you ,then raise you! Then once it’s done throw you back to your family to burry ya!

Attempts at redemption blocked by never ending restrictions 

These permanent punishments of being Black in this prison 

Detaching from living in order to see tomorrow 


Lost find their way to a church just to get gunned down

She ignores her son’s  cries as if she forgot how her son sounds 

This is how it feels being Black from these trump towns.