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A Morning Poem for Diaz-Cruz
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  “A Morning Poem for Diaz-Cruz” Its all seen and heard in the small world of the big town separated by six degrees jealousy envy and hate sit heavy in the air where brotherly love once stood and the great glowing orb breathes life into the tall trees as green leaves begin to decorate the suburban landscape but back in the concrete jungle the...

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“Philadelphia” A Poem by Giappo
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“Philadelphia” A Poem by Giappo   Philadelphia A love hate relationship with the city full of white trash, blacks and Jews, Puerto-Ricans and Asians content with mediocrity a place where people go nowhere to die forever shadowed by the big city the sixth borough is a generous term the streets crumbling from neglect dilapidated structures still stand tall from the days of old blue...

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“This is Life” by Giappo
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    “This is Life” by Giappo This is life? All these people are sad and ugly tattered the walking dead white trash crack heads with families of toddlers on their way to the methadone clinic Black mothers dragging their children by the arm down the stairs practically off their feet to catch the el but the little Mexican men sit quietly smiling Anyone...

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“Dear America” by Giappo
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    Dear America everything is going straight down the toilet the middle class has vanished and the great divide grows larger as the one percent rules upon high. How different the view is from the park avenue palace and forget about the ground floor cause the pavement is freezing in the winter. Though most of them march to the beat of the capitalist...

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