The generations to come will see this poem. They'll see pain, they will see the vigor as clear as day, but they won't see the struggle. They couldn't even imagine it but the goal is to get them to see the importance of looking people in the eye standing up firm and thinking before they speak it's just respectfully true. Posture slouched what am I right now, i'm just as bad as you. The generations to come will see THC CBD and epilepsy drop they'll see marijuana propaganda estimated death percentages but there will
Be more lives being saved and than lost. They'll see peace, there just won't be any justice, the closest thing you'll get to justice will be a boy named justice. He'd look like me talk like me when he's grown his name will be brodey. or s.jonzy The work of art these generations may they sting like a bee. Ali was very disciplined man he was a rocket to me. Rumble young man rumble that's Ali poetry they won't see that.
They won't see man for the man that he was they'll just see a YouTube video and say oh isn't that the boxer that's now all messed up. Lord bless us the bass they hear in songs won't take em to negro spirituals I'm black and I'm proud won't be that lyrical. Afros will make a comeback but so will the blackface. Aunt jemima and Uncle Tom will be looked at as good food and good cabins to go to and stay, instead of sellouts. We love the fact that pop culture has stole our culture but black people arent all uncle bens don't believe em your last name ain't jones. It's not. Uncle tom wasn't my uncle neither was aunt jemima I'd rather tell generations the truth than forget the people behind me that died for the truth to be unvield lets reflect on what was behind us. This is my poem for the generations to come.