2 Bia Poems

Read Reggie’s review of For Certain here.

BIA BIA

Married to the pen
Otherwise this groom a runaway
Pushing creativity
Since Kanye made runaway
This fantasy beautiful dark and twisted
So it ain’t broke don’t fix it
I’m the point guard
Watch the pivot
guarded making a point
Not a divot

Count M’s and not L’s
didn’t learn they alphabet
The way I’m putting in work
Got you building up a sweat
it shows I can tell
Send they ass to kindergarten
It’s time for the show and I can tell

Line em up
Like it’s dodgeball
Speaking bad on my name
That’s your downfall
Blame it on me
Na blame it on the alcohol
So better pay attention
Or I’ll be your Adderall



SAME HANDS

These the same hands that I used to throw tantrums
Now I use them kidnap these words I write
My mind I hold ransom
Loyalty and respect go in tandem
Family over everything that’s the anthem
Not fouling out for anybody
I’m a get the call and one

People used to being magazines
Got too many issues
Swear ain’t wrote a song in they life and wanna diss you
Want me to see that they worth the risk too
Snakes in the grass and they wanna hiss too
Cooling off on me, I been an igloo



Reggie Johnson is a poet reigning from Cincinnati, Ohio. Starting at the age of nine, Reggie has been writing poetry through their love of music and life experiences. He has 9 books now available on Amazon. You can follow him on Twitter @r_d_johnson and on IG @rdjohnsonwrites

Categories: Music, Poetry

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