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No limits!



I don't rush my works for a world ranking,
Your thoughts are primitive lacking a therile thinkin,
Many of you all tries to hate my work,
You crabs are beneath me and it makes you jerks,
One star,two star,haters don't get far,
Karma is a mother and hatred is the scar,
You all are just mad and I just can't wait,
You think you eating well so I'm snatching all your plates,
You think your hopes enough,
I make the heavens open up,
You know that I am great,
Mock speed I wrote this stuff,
I wrote this in ten minutes,
Put my name up in the Guiness,
When it comes to K'oss (chaos),
Theres no boundaries or no limits!

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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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