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  • KramerMacedonia
    "Free as a Bird" (A Ray Lewis Poem)
    by Alexander Camp

    You weren't born a bird, but you were born to be great,
    to bring hurricanes to the bright sunshine state,
    and quickly move on to the brightest of stage
    to write your own fable, to fulfill your fate

    so they praised you for plays in the depths of december,
    as you guided your flock back south for warmer weather,
    they called you their king, bound by the purple forever,
    but I see a heart, black as raven's feathers.

    For you fought and you battled, to achieve your main goal,
    You silenced your scoffers, you won the big war
    but in the war of the streets, 2 lives were the score
    and though you gained the trophy, you gave up your soul

    so caged by your actions, with no chance to flee,
    you escaped from your bindings, and now you fly free,
    you fool a whole nation with gospel from your beak,
    but all that I hear is a crow's guilty plea.

    you now roam the skies as an acquitted felon,
    and devour your prey with your ring in your talons,
    demanding the world call you a model and legend
    so they may forget your lies and your past sins.

    who am I to judge, just a bolstering critic,
    they say it's half of the story, that I'm being a cynic
    that it's all just a ploy or a self-serving gimmick,
    that it's not how you start, but more how you finish

    and it's true I can't judge, for I'm no judge or juror
    but in the court of the People, I'll take it one further,
    cause Lord knows I've been watching, and so is said by the birder,
    "when your company is crows, it's nothing but murder."

    - I was going to just put this in the post, but I can't edit it for some reason. Anyway, there's the poem dudes!

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  • KramerMacedonia
    started a topic The infamous side of Ray Lewis

    The infamous side of Ray Lewis

    A friend of mine wrote a poem about the infamous, yet still highly celebrated Ray Lewis for our sports blog. Check it out if y'alls want.

    Free as a Bird (Ray Lewis)