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This Man Was Here While She Was Gone (Louis Toliver Jr-Swartz, LA)


Is it not possible to have two fathers?
You purposefully break this family
I do all the workful mothering and fathering
So please tell your wife about me

Just tell her

That while you have me for play
That she is just for status
So the kids suffer restlessly and innocently
No real bond with a fake like you

But this man gives them the attention
This man gives them the love that you should

So please, please tell her

She has nothing to worry about
While she was gone away
This man here mended her family
And her children will never be like you

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You called me a “nigger” One word to rule me  Your word bullet of hate 
You’re life is a such hell  You think 6 letters  Justify your fake inferiority 
Just 6 letters  I got those and 20 more  Together
My mind is bulletproof I’m so far above you  I can call you scum in 6 different languages 
You can’t hide in white pride You are hate  You’re the nigger

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