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Long is the process when you struggle to eat,

But once you get your own you can double the meat,

An uphill battle that makes the rattle,

Makes you wanna give up,ride off on your saddle,

I'll soon be stampeding like heards of cattle,

You laugh no now but I'll be the last to cackle,

My flame is schorchin from all the great misfortunes,

Forgo is not the option cause I keep on forcing,

Through my veins the burn is coursing,

About to cut off frauds like a life in abortion,

I'll be touched by an angel,

This has been a pain in the anal,

I done peeped all faces and your names from a angle,

I've been holding on,from one finger I had dangle,

I had criminal thoughts and necks I should strangle,

Then I had glanced at my poem second chance,

Charge into the workforce like a knight with a lance,

Overcame the gossipers,

Progress was prosperous,

After so long viewing the world from Bonaculars,

Accepted,no longer outcast,

I promise to outlast,

Wether or not it's with or without cash,

I survived in the deserts,skidrow and bridges,

I know your greedy but if I got I'm going to give it,

Hardknock life,many times times I done live it,

A message to all you races of niggas and you nigglets.
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I'm an historical poet from under the old management of poetry.com.I've been submitting since 1999.It all started when Montell williams had a contest for poetry to raise money for M.S.My first poem submitted was published.The aroused Third Eye in the book called enternal portraits.This book was sold around the world.This is the first time fans have seen what Mark Robinson looks like.That was my name til I changed to Al-Qahira Bakra.You can find me on Facebook under this name.I also had two other publication in books sold around the world and one placed on C.D,that was ressurection.Climax was published before that and I was in california.They wanted me to come back to the east coast to recite climax in washington D.C to 1,000,000 people.I'm back now and apologize to my fans.I was also recognized as one of the greatest poets of the 21st century and I possibly still am.Well let me show you that I can be number one.You will see my work cultivate from poetry to lyrics and then you will see what level I'm on. more…

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