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In numerology…, numbers add up.
And The Reeve(S) curse tells us about the future of Keanu Reeves and what we have learned from the past!

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This was written for my ninth grade english anthology project. The criteria was to write a collection of poems on any “American” Theme in which I chose racism against the black race. Although I wasn’t African-American, I studied and understood enough to realize what they went thru, and I am Hawaiian (or mexican to some white people)enough to face the slightest amounts to what african-americans faced all those decades ago… well it actually still existed prominently in the 60s and such and still so today but…

Last Prayers is a poem that reflects on how every white man had to be racist to conform and now it has left many with blood stained hands.

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This was written for my ninth grade english anthology project. The criteria was to write a collection of poems on any “American” Theme in which I chose racism against the black race. Although I wasn’t African-American, I studied and understood enough to realize what they went thru, and I am Hawaiian (or mexican to some white people)enough to face the slightest amounts to what african-americans faced all those decades ago… well it actually still existed prominently in the 60s and such and still so today but…

Human Implosives is a sonnet (i think) reflecting the anger on both sides of the civil rights movement. Please note there is no message in this poem, it’s more like a narrative as do most of my poems.

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This was written for my ninth grade english anthology project. The criteria was to write a collection of poems on any “American” Theme in which I chose racism against the black race. Although I wasn’t African-American, I studied and understood enough to realize what they went thru, and I am Hawaiian (or mexican to some white people)enough to face the slightest amounts to what african-americans faced all those decades ago… well it actually still existed prominently in the 60s and such and still so today but…

This is a parallel poem recognizing the lack of drive to create the change from both white men and black to rid the racist splits.

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