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Priniples yeet



Ripping Moor Principles, Light identical

I'm told from Ancient stories, I am biblical


Ya Mental crave vitamins- I am minerals

never to the army tho I'm talking-in-general


Aim for the Pinnacle- no simple Pentacle

Experience the power of a God-made embryo


Mount Kilimanjaro, the equators temple

Craters in the road, Earth's a sucker for Dimples


My soul is wide open, Imma sucker to pen the notes

I'm always seeking knowledge- I been filled with the Holy Goat


Sometimes we go left, but we gotta stay strong

A whip from above for thinking we grown


Inner to the outer, like a Turtles home

I give different emphasis when making it known


I won many awards for making them poems

A cat sat by me, I called it an Omen


I'm boldly animated- Don't call me a showman

Water drought may be near, but Imma stay flowing


My name isn't Michael but I might Admire yahs

This Reptile poetry I'm wording just might be firerer


These words like drugs, tho t ain't Pfizer

This all-natural vax is taking you higher


You got to relax, This pen making you wiser

Had a dim day- this making it Brighter


Got a bolt loose- I'm getting the pliers

LLC business is great to apply tah


Wheels fall off, then its more than tires

Re-invent ya self- that's changing ya wires


I'm done with your lip, sing me a choir

Show me the Money---Jerry Maguire


Call or text me, I get paid for the hire

I push mind medicine - Call me Elijah


College or no college doesn't make you a scholar

College or no college, go ahead and make you a dollar


show ya principles.

About this poem

It is about the Art of Wisdom and creativity.

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Written on April 23, 2022

Submitted by PG on August 08, 2022

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Phillip M Jackson

Raised by an Army Vet Dad and 2 Parents of Construction background, both from South Carolina, Phillip M Jackson has been brought to the world to creatively use his words to impact the minds of others with the ever-flowing creative wordplay and amongst the elements. He is a down-to-earth, humorous ball of life that loves life and its positive elements. He loves all backgrounds, ethnicities, and all walks of life. more…

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