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life after death

Dawn D Mitchell 1981 (NYC)

victory kajuan wants to change his name i dont know to

what is this mess now you dont hear nothing we all are

around you for what im not helping yah with nothing

they stand up where they want her to be in places i dont

like dayday never coming back im with your dad chyna

support but he does not run my life, one day seen ross

come out the place thats ross house business planned

years ago yah heard write like a regular everything i

could this place is not for progress and motivation

looking for love in all the wrong places you pushing it

and be who you wanna be your not going to find that

do you know how many people tell you there not giving

you nothing to do hide everyone knows whats going on

allday long bet any amount of money i get something

done with a black girl im trying make it work with

jamaican girls grand entrance boss up shit cheap talk
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Dawn D Mitchell

Dawn D Mitchell is an american poet and activist reform most of her poerty has not been released. But today she is apart of a group called Revolution Bob Avakian on actual revolution and the new communism. more…

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