Never Understand Me: My Ghetto Qur'an

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iUniverse, Aug 9, 2011 - Poetry - 236 pages
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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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Saheem Wright was born in Chicago, IL in 1981. Born into poverty and raised on welfare he endures a tremendous life that gives him inspiration and ambition to do more. He attended Malcolm X College. This poet, street hustler turns entrepreneur. He has an unmistakable voice that carries a street lifestyle from the heart of Chicago. Saheem Wright now lives in Memphis,TN . This is his first book.

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