Never Understand Me: My ghetto qur'an
A book of Poetry "Never Understand Me" is a outline of Saheem Wright's Life Growing up in chicago. He lived in poverty, crime infested and welfare riddin streets. Each poem was influenced by someone he knew or something he expeirenced during his life. As he delivers the different devotion in each poem there arise different issues that he confronts. He addresses the issues from his family, heart & soul, as well as icons. Saheem Wright offers his true feelings about interacial combat, the different ways of generations and culture, and the surpressed issues of the black communities in america. Saheem wright has a cold character, thug heart, street sense, with writting style that gives him edge like no other.
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Abdul Raheem ain’t Allah amerikkka aren’t baby bitch black rain broke brother bullshit cellular phone chill cocaine cool cause couldn’t crazy daddy damn didn’t dream dude everything fake father females Fuck all yawl getting ghetto Quran girl going guess hear heart hell hip hop homey hood Huey newton hurt hustle I’m going I’m tired I’m trying ifI’m ifyou Ijust isn’t jail shit keep kick kids kill lame living E.X. look Malcolm Malcolm x mama mean mess mind mother never forget never really knew Never Understand night ofthe peace pimp play playa pops pray Revolutionary warfare running game scared shot smile smoke soul stay stop story stress Take my eyes talking tears tell things thought thru thug tired told took tried trying wasn’t watch What’s WISH won’t wonder you’re young мы