Detroit’s Own Smokey Robinson smokin’ some poetry

Black American

Just in case you didn’t know, Smokey is from Detroit. And something you might wanna also know is singing ain’t hardly the only thing Smokey smokes on. Although I don’t necessarily agree with all the points in this message, this poem is still delivered in such a powerful fashion I’m saying it’s a ‘Must Hear’.

More powerful culture brought to the world courtesy of Detroit.

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~ by Keith A. Owens on April 7, 2008.

One Response to “Detroit’s Own Smokey Robinson smokin’ some poetry”

  1. Greetings my literary friends.

    I am starting work on my second newsprint article book entitled “44th the Inauguration”. It will be a 250 page hardbound coffee table book (12″ x 22″) displaying the front pages of worldwide newspapers showcasing the coverage of the January 20th 2009 ceremonies.

    If you would like to submit a positive poem about Barack Obama for consideration please do so before January 5, 2009. Poems will be juried and accepted entries will be notified before January 15th. We are dedicating a special section to poets from Hawaii, Indonesia and Kenya. If you are or know of someone who is from these regions please inform them or consider submitting an entry. Check out a virtual copy of the first one by clicking this link http://www.44th.net/frontpage.html then clicking view virtual book.

    Questions and entries may be directed to mewiii@44th.net . Please feel free to pass this information on to your literary cohorts and friends.

    Thank you in advance for your consideration.

    Mike Williams

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