A little rat-a-tat-tap

Group-think tanks
splashing ink like
ASCII with hyperlinks
I’m done with identity
Political expediency
Eugenic entitlement to
Hegemonic enlightenment
I’m losing the need
To plead my reality
Or what I might need
What I will or won’t be
In the service of greed
I leave it all to you
Sisters and brothers
From a billion other mothers
Cos I’m hopeful and hopeless
And no part of me believes
We can group-think our dreams…

…a-rat-a-tat-tap

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21 thoughts on “A little rat-a-tat-tap

  1. mihrank says:

    your words looks like a music melody, this is amazing and touching!!

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  2. Some days the words we are looking for just seem to appear without much effort and on other days, we struggle to form them. This is obviously your magical day & I applaud you. Well done Robyn! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸŒΉ

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  3. sojourner says:

    “I’m done with identity
    Political expediency
    Eugenic entitlement to
    Hegemonic enlightenment”

    As am I, and my empire is behind all of this hell.

    “And no part of me believes
    We can group-think our dreams…”

    Spot on correct, Robyn! The herd mentality has paved the path to hell!

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  4. Oh god, you have absolutely GOT to send this to hip-hop artists! I mean the kind who do melodic stuff. There are a bunch here in Atlanta, Georgia.
    So great, Robyn!!!
    XXXOOO

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  5. sandymancan says:

    A very nice pic of you so full of life, loved your poem and may the blessing of God fine you always

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  6. HENDRA TAMBUNAN says:

    Greetings jambo robin

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  7. Words to aspire to become reality. Thank you, brave one, for your journey.

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  8. Mircro Moments πŸ™ˆ says:

    I am new here but your page was the first i saw and I love it πŸ˜πŸ™ˆ

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  9. Rakshit says:

    Poetry is the best medium to speak the mind. And this here is ‘Awesome’.

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  10. robertcday says:

    You know – that’s pretty good! πŸ™‚
    I like the way the words sound like the rapping of a keyboard, the rapping on a door and the rapping of a brother who knows where he needs to be.
    Well done.
    Kindness – Robert.

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  11. Utkarsh Baron says:

    I’ve actually just begun socializing on this blog and boy you blew my mind man. Although I don’t belong to tjis genre

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  12. I love the choppy flow of this and I look forward to following!

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  13. ecopoet says:

    , love the rhythm

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  14. As I read this, I heard Mike Shinoda’s voice in my head.

    Good work.

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  15. This is a truely beautiful poem. Bravo!

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  16. This is so creative and inventive! I love the symbol of door knocking, very thoughtfully crafted πŸ™‚

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  17. Destiny Nicole says:

    Lovely, Just lovely. Can you check out some of my work please? πŸ™‚

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