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Witch Hunt by R Bennett Okerstrom Defeating the evil that takes away life is more difficult than it seems. [165 words]
Sanguinary by R Bennett Okerstrom The blood continues to flow in this experimental preface followed by poetry. [128 words]
Influence by R Bennett Okerstrom How influential can a demon of the night be? [218 words]
Attempted Suicide by Rowan Davies NB: Don't read this if you're suicidal. In fact you probably shouldn't read it if you're a fa... [143 words]
The War: What Next? by Musaum War! [37 words]
Rising Angel by Stuart Eric Longridge Its not a being its a consciousness/materialism. [114 words]
The Airforce Of Nature by August Nyghts - [151 words]
Night Life by August Nyghts - [176 words]
My Birds In Paradise by August Nyghts - [45 words]
In The Morning by August Nyghts - [81 words]
He Says by August Nyghts - [118 words]
And Then by August Nyghts - [86 words]
No One by August Nyghts Been single for awhile [157 words]
Afraid Of Buildings by Peter Rivendell Written one unhappy morning, but I got a poem out of it... [132 words]
Lagos by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A poem about lagos, the commercial nerve centre and former capital of Nigeria. [158 words]
Sarcophagus by Peter Rivendell Grief and betrayal in a bleak landscape. [204 words]
Heaven Is Hell's Fire by Jeffrey (George) Winter - [108 words]
Tease by Tessa I was recently told that I'm a tease- I guess I kind of am because I've stayed single and abstinent for o... [216 words]
Your Own Shadow by David B Doc Byron A poem about Vampires, man! [79 words]
Waterfalls by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A poem about life. [134 words]
Waste by Tessa Saw a picture and got mad again. Hate having him in my thoughts, so, I tried to write him out. Shall I re... [20 words]
Transient Love by M I Chulkova - [103 words]
They Called Them Black by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi - [115 words]
The Year's 1st Rain by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii The title explains the theme of the work. Ara- in line 8, is a Yoruba (South-Western Nigeri... [74 words]
The Harmattan by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii This is about the harsh weather conditions endured by Nigerians and some other Africans during th... [60 words]
The Creator by The Birdman Things in life can be interpreted either good or bad, determining this can only be excepted by you. [79 words]
The Chimera by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii This poem is about the rejection the writer suffered from a girl who was his dream. [73 words]
The Book by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii The last line of the poem summarizes its theme. [61 words]
Stolen Kiss by Tessa Thinking about this and reliving a nice, stolen moment... [214 words]
Steam Heat by Judith Goff A little something to warm a winter's day? [20 words]
St Valentine's Curse by Rowan Davies Love is weird. [144 words]
Soaked In Deja-Vu by Stuart Eric Longridge I was just wondering. [130 words]
Skins by David B Doc Byron - [105 words]
Secret Place 2 by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii This is a cry of desire of God’s transforming presence, which is encountered through earnest pra... [83 words]
Samarkand.... The Market I Searched For by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi Dedicated to nigerian nobel laureate Wole Soyinka. A meditation on his ... [413 words]
Sacrificial Lamb by Judith Goff - [94 words]
Reverie by Judith Goff - [100 words]
Psychedelic Travels by Ryon Smith A journey thru the mind of a man with endless visions and inspiring quests... [91 words]
Propaganda Bait by Stuart Eric Longridge The great media movie, we are all finally famous. Yee-ha. [170 words]
Predator by Judith Goff - [84 words]
People's Voices by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi - [40 words]
Oh What A Dream! by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii Using the archetype of furniture making as style, the writer writes a book in this dream. He w... [120 words]
Of Love And Of Thy Compassion... by Reagan Rothe The story of a past relationship I had best desribed in this poetic masterpiec... [94 words]
Mezmerized by Judith Goff Oh, the lure of the darkness. [165 words]
Lily The Dog by August Nyghts My roommate's dog. [152 words]
In The Eventide by Judith Goff - [100 words]
In Honor Of Columbia by Amy Poet This is a poem I wrote in honor of the Columbia Astronauts. [138 words]
Illumination by Tessa Hmmm... Salvation was already taken... Ah, well... [119 words]
Her Wares Wither by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A haiku. [8 words]
God's Nature by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii This poem is a mirror of God’s relationship with the author. [85 words]
Furious by Tessa Still so angry at an ex-boyfriend that turned psycho stalker on me. He put me through hell, caused me t... [151 words]
Epilogue by Judith Goff - [35 words]
End Time Rhyme by Stuart Eric Longridge - [81 words]
devil In Us by Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin Ii This explains that God is an expert in removing the evil (here dubbed: ‘dEVIL’) or the devil (which... [51 words]
Daddy Ain't No Man No More by Rowan Davies Figure it out. [99 words]
Come What May by Stuart Eric Longridge Easy life. [239 words]
Cabin Fever by August Nyghts A thought that came and went. [23 words]
Bang!Bang!Bang! by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A meditation on the bomb blasts in Nigeria in jan 2002 and feb 2003 [78 words]
Auba 'varcity by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A pantoum. [139 words]
Africa My Africa by Toris Okotie History has taught us it's lessons, but the pain of those slaves still leaves a mark on us. [122 words]
A Prayer To Gaia by Stuart Eric Longridge We have a lot of explaining to do. [107 words]
Dance Floor Snap Shot by August Nyghts changed the title - sounds better i think [54 words]
I'm A Pharmacist,Not A Poet by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi - [78 words]
Why Me by Mine Able Being loved. [96 words]
Why I Got High, Ran Away, And Just Generally Screwed Myself Up by Pearl S A thought that popped into my head today. I thin... [34 words]
Unending Rain by Peter Rivendell Crime doesn`t pay. [76 words]
Twenty Children Can't Play For Twenty Years by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi The title says it all. [95 words]
Transformation by Judith Goff I know, I know, vampires again.... [152 words]
Traces Of You by Judith Goff - [99 words]
They Set Us Free, A Collection by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A collection of poems: 1) they set us free this is a poem about freedom from ra... [1,214 words]
The Real World by Stuart Eric Longridge I wrote this for my dad,whose last older relative passed on. [80 words]
The Great Pyramid Decoded A Bit.The Principal Facination Part 2 by Stuart Eric Longridge Just trying to show that the ancients had techn... [400 words]
Thats Entertainment by Stuart Eric Longridge - [105 words]
Storymania by R Bennett Okerstrom What is Storymania? [97 words]
Soul Of A Dove by Judith Goff - [73 words]
Sequence by Peter Rivendell Playing and losing a game with fate. [202 words]
Saddam Hussein by R Bennett Okerstrom I was bored. Therefore I write. [39 words]
Prayer by Tessa Trying to save myself... [195 words]
Player by Judith Goff When the player tires of the game.... [57 words]
Pissed by August Nyghts - [112 words]
Pierrot by Peter Rivendell A love letter, after a fashion. [196 words]
Pic Ka Beat by August Nyghts An oldie. [156 words]
Phone Poem by Desmond Swords A snapshot style poem about identity. [254 words]
Pause by Sylvia Browne Columbia. [138 words]
Our Relatives Are Familiar Strangers by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A poem about modern day slavery. [90 words]
My 4th Grade Valentine by August Nyghts - [71 words]
Lord Of The Rings by Stuart Eric Longridge Where it ends it has begun. [72 words]
Listen To The Wall Geckos Singing From A Balcony by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi Tale of a divorcee. [90 words]
Know Your God by Stuart Eric Longridge Materialism / luciferianism. [125 words]
I Can't Be Mad by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A poem about a mentally imbalanced guy. [139 words]
Honeybloom by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi It's about the kid no one prays to have. [96 words]
Hoes And Bitches
Heaven Bound by Judith Goff As did Sylvia, I felt the need to express my feelings on this day of national tragedy, and as she ... [124 words]
Haunted by Tessa And still he whispers... as I try to hang on. Temptation... can sometimes get the best of you... but I'... [118 words]
Guitar by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A haiku. [8 words]
Gele by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A haiku [8 words]
Death Lives Nearby by Toluwalope Olugbenga Ogunlesi A haiku. [8 words]
Dear Mother by August Nyghts For my mother, I wish I had better things to say. [85 words]
Dear Mister Keys, by August Nyghts My first Epistle Poem. [239 words]
Celtic Warriors by Stuart Eric Longridge The mess in N.Ireland. [99 words]
Catch Me If You Can by David B Doc Byron Jack The Ripper, one of the infamous serial killers in history, leaves a calling card. [404 words]
Bob The Banana's Magical Acid Ride by Drew Schroder Bob takes a magical ride.... [93 words]
A Tragedy Of Love by Parker Short little poem. Please review, thanks. [111 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Hoes And Bitches
DESCRIPTION
Dedicated to all the pimps, creeps and wanna be playas.
[237 words]
AUTHOR
August Nyghts
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[June 2004]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (32)
And Then (Poetry) - [86 words] [Relationships]
Cabin Fever (Poetry) A thought that came and went. [23 words]
Dance Floor Snap Shot (Poetry) changed the title - sounds better i think [54 words]
Dear Mister Keys, (Poetry) My first Epistle Poem. [239 words]
Dear Mother (Poetry) For my mother, I wish I had better things to say. [85 words]
Extinct (Poetry) - [151 words] [Relationships]
He Says (Poetry) - [118 words] [Romance]
Hours (Poetry) - [80 words]
In My Garden (Poetry) - [183 words]
In Soulitude (Poetry) - [205 words] [Mind]
In The Morning (Poetry) - [81 words]
Lily The Dog (Poetry) My roommate's dog. [152 words]
My 4th Grade Valentine (Poetry) - [71 words]
My Birds In Paradise (Poetry) - [45 words] [Relationships]
My Prince (Poetry) I guess true love never dies. [109 words]
Night Life (Poetry) - [176 words]
No One (Poetry) Been single for awhile [157 words]
Octopus (Poetry) - [100 words]
Parts Of Myself Explored (Poetry) - [59 words]
Phase To Phase (Poetry) Moments in my head. [159 words]
Pic Ka Beat (Poetry) An oldie. [156 words]
Pissed (Poetry) - [112 words]
Racing (Poetry) - [185 words] [Relationships]
Rocky The Fish (Poetry) Ahhhhhhhhhh dating.... [59 words]
Situations (Poetry) - [40 words]
Somethings (Poetry) - [76 words]
Summer Squeeze (Poetry) Title says it all. [90 words]
The Airforce Of Nature (Poetry) - [151 words]
There… (Poetry) - [46 words] [Mind]
Tired Of You (Poetry) - [157 words]
Twisted Racism (Poetry) ....its been too taboo to talk about but it exists! Racism Sucks anyway you look at it. I am just sick of it. [356 words]
With You (Poetry) Dedicated to J.K. you know who you are!!!!!!! [51 words]
Hoes And Bitches
August Nyghts

Hoes and Bitches
Bitches and Hoes
Oh nnnnnnn..NO

I refuse to sit back and let you criticize
because we prefer to screw - rather than get screwed
so in your eyes we're a bitch - a hoe
darlin listen up you've got alot to learn
so sit right down now and observe

See a bitch -baby- last I checked
Was a dog- female- unerect
sounds more like feening - male
always begging for that sweet tail
so if anyones a bitch -BABY it you
chasing us around on your hands and knees
sniffin our juicy fruit
Bitch please

I rarely get vicious--but you have crossed the line
now I'm coming out real-with true kick ass rhymes

those of you who so blatantly disrespect
Always seem to easily forget
that in this little box we keep - is the worlds most sought out treasure
All natural and 100% pure pleasure
you seek it, you crave it, we have it,
you love it, so check it

there is NO time for silly little name callin
put a label on our actions, you'll be the one left fallin
for the honey, cause it is sooooooo fuckin yummy
so stop your denyin,lyin and tryin
true playas - simply put- are hoes dyin
to get their hands on what we own
you can never capture the power we control
so put your tongue away- until i say yes
you can use it on this here clit-torous

shit
nothing but pimps and creeps
fully equipped with a pants rabbit
without a leash - if anything you NEED me
to cock it and rock it to sleep
peace




      
      

 

READER'S REVIEWS (13)
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"Everyone knows a woman lust a man just as much. " -- Jamie.
"What were you thinking? Whatever. At least if you are going to post it, do it right. A Hoe is a gardening tool, a metal blade with a handle. I believe what you want is Ho. Might I strongly suggest, as was pointed out to me, a warning. Kids do read these." -- Sylvia.
"More souless shite trash for kids to absorb,you forgot to mention the gun,oops!maybe you did." -- S.E.L, Belfast.
"August, i thought it was funny and sharp tongued. something lil'Kim or Missy Elliot should pick up on. good job. and oh Sylvia- technically Ho is a symbol for HOLMIUM -a rare earth element." -- p-dittiy.
"Maybe i was a bit harsh before,im not about disrespecting people i just think its so easy to brainwash kids,and it shows now that we have kids killing adults,with complete disregard for life because of certain images and lyrics and influences.Im talking about very young girls out wearing their thongs and stuff,you may as well wear a big sign for them fuking scum child abusers.Remember the devil protects the devil,just watch what your promoting,its the very opposite of cool ,or whatever you say.Be safe. Love ...." -- S.E.L, Belfast.
"Why is this on here? This is exactly the stuff the administration is trying to get rid of. Nevertheless, this will get many more hits because of it's title and subject matter, which all the immature teens out there can't get enough of. Just like reality TV. " -- Steven T.
"it got your attention ohh and triggered a response nonetheless. hmmmmm....it is on here because I am piecing together a book to be published and before I went mainstream with some certain works -I thought about which ones to post here to see what types recieved the most attention and reviews. my plan has worked and has helped me narrow what type of poems to include in my first book. by the way "storymania is a site for those who enjoy reading and writing" ".... for all types of original works not published elsewhere." lets stress the words ALL TYPES. " -- August.
"Just so you know, I think you have every right to post this. Administration is getting rid of things about specific people, directed to intentionally cause harm. That point made, I don't think children are sheltered on the whole, but I know how much I watch out for my kids, and although they are, and will be exposed to such things, that doesn't mean I think they should be. The correction I mentioned was because of the postings on the message board, not saying anything about you, but that term was used (and spelled the same way) over and over, and it made me nuts! You wrote it, and you can use any term you wish. Just thought it was a typo. I will refrain from trying to correct you in the future." -- Sylvia.
"I understand your point, August. I'm done ranting and raving, but couldn't you laugh at my reality TV joke?" -- Steven T.
"August- love your stuff. You write both beautiful (In My Garden) words as well as harsh- I enjoy them ALL. As for censoring- is poetry meant to be censored?!?! I think not. Write on!" -- Tessa.
"Sylvia - i used hoe instead of ho- to symbolize women being used as a tool. please dont refrain from criticisms or possible corrections in the future. in fact you helped me out in some previous postings.thank you. Steven T - yes your reality TV joke was laughable. :) Tessa - as always your reviews are uplifting. Thank You." -- August.
"Since this poem seemed to have generated the most responses out the collection, I'll post my two cents here. Where can an artist nowadays express themselves without being lectured somewhere along the way about censorship? I'm fortunate that I've been able to read some of August's poetry in their most raw form. Words scribbled on notebook paper, entire verses crossed out and erased, some written on bar napkins. Wonderful things. Things that would make the editors at Penthouse blush. I was dissapointed to see one poem in this collection had changed from the first version I read. Whether it was to August's disliking, I'm not sure. Shame on her if she felt compelled to change it because of big brother. Redirect your censorship issues to someone more deserving...say some moronic twentysomething executive at Fox TV, which is more easily accessible to our children. You're an amazing, inspiring, talented woman, August. As for the poems...keep 'em cumming." -- jk.
"Poetry will endure. Talent will flourish. But what of humiilty?" -- Dixie, VA.

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