Archive for November, 2016

The Difference Between Black Men and Niggaz: 
NIGGAZ
I cannot stand these type of black people 

Acting like a bunch of pricks from a needle

Feeling like they’re above the penal 

Whenever they’re doing things illegal 

They think that wearing diamonds makes them regal

Going about life with the antithesis of peaceful

Their mindsets are polluted and fecal 

Going on like they’re hard when really they’re a bunch of jumped-up weasels

Those arseholes are what you call a laughing stock 

Bragging about how they own a glock 

But can’t be arsed to wear clean pants and socks 

Even us intelligent black people sit, point and mock 

As they’re hanging around the estate blocks 

Grabbing their cocks 

And I’m here raising my eyebrow like The Rock 

Watching these fools in total shock 

These clowns need to stop running their lips 

And get a grip 

Instead of floating around and talking shit 

About walking the streets and wanting to empty a clip 

When deep down— from them they make one slip 

And they’ll fizz away like a packet of Skips 

But these type of black people make me sick 

Swanning around like over-flamboyant versions of Slick Rick 

Looking all kinds of colourful like a range of lipsticks 

With the fucked-up psychology of a dipstick 

Telling themselves that they’re the big fish
Copyright © 2016 René Olivierre all rights reserved. Written by René Olivierre and published by The Olivierrean Experience (T.O.E.)

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Our Brothers Are Rising Up! 

Posted: November 15, 2016 in Uncategorized

The Difference Between Black Men and Niggaz: 

BLACK MEN
Black men are doing their best for their communities 

Working hard to create jobs and opportunities 

Their aim is to bring positivity and unity 

The positivity within the unity 

Needs to have a long continuity 

Building together a closeness like a contiguity 

Today’s black men are doing this pellucidly 

It’s nice to see my brothers speaking with fluency 

Instead of acting up and speaking foolishly 

With crassness and crudity 

It’s kind of soothingly 

To see brothers move together like a congruity 

I smile whenever I see pieces of creative lunacies

Our good brothers being the best fathers 

Looking all handsome as they play youthfully 

The rise of our black men doing well gets me like a euphony 

Maybe that’s why I’m smiling with glee and euphrasy 

A shout-out to those with cleverness and acuity As well as those who move careful and prudently 

I’m in tears of joy because my brothers are brilliant 

Constantly showcasing their brilliance 

Aiming to make millions 

Even tons of billions 

Moving on up with liveliness and resilience 

Not giving a toss about negative opinions. 

Copyright © 2016 René Olivierre all rights reserved. Written by René Olivierre and published by The Olivierrean Experience (T.O.E.)