I joined the Klan when I was 15 years old.
I wasn't doin' so well in School.
I hated all those brainy egghead scholars!
I think most of them were Jews.
Then, the hot chicks didn't like me for some reason.
I just wanted to score with one of them
But the bitches didn't even want to TALK to me.
I needed someone to blame,
And the Klan gave me plenty of people to blame.
Blacks, Jews, Foreigners, Muslims, Mexicans, Faggots.
THEY were all to blame
For the Assault upon the Manhood of the White Man.
I stuck with that Ideology for 3 years,
And was appreciated
For my contribution to the Klan.
I dropped out of school,
And even got laid a few times
By chicks loyal to the Klan.
When I turned 18 the Grand Dragon invited me to visit his Place
I was honored!
I figured that he I was finally earning my stripes.
When I visited the Grand Dragon's home,
I saw all these strange Leather Implements and Whips and Paddles,
The Grand Dragon addressed me,
"It's time for you to be initiated."
"Now pull down your pants so I can make a man out of you, boy."
I had no idea that the Leader of the Klan
Was a Closet Case Gay!
I freaked out!
I didn't want to be raped just to "fit in".
I ran away, and ran away fast.
The Grand Dragon tried to catch me,
But he lost me when I hopped over a Creek.
I arrived in a Neighboring town,
And used the money in my wallet
To take the Bus to Atlanta.
In Atlanta, I ended up at a Homeless Shelter for Youth.
I worked hard so I wouldn't have to live on the Streets.
I worked with Blacks.
I worked with Jews.
A Muslim became my best friend!
I was terrified that the Klan would try to get me,
Because I knew too many of their secrets.
I left the South for Los Angeles,
And that's where I'm living now.
Today I am
The beaming rays of the Sun
And soft glow from Moon
Heat within the hearth fire
Lightning’s very spark
The speed behind the wind
The bottom of the sea
Unyielding as the summit
Earth’s shear strength of will
The spirit inside of courage
And the caress of rolling tears
Today I am
The embodiment of the stars
And tomorrow you will be too
fallow winter does not bring
peace to the restless soul
on subtle winds shifting
for the tropical taste
of exotic droplets of rain
a salt-stained remembrance
in this time of dreaming
red-light ladies hatch
in raftered minds
a mass awakening
beneath hardened shell
freedom awaits wings
a collective opening
Moonlit skies at dawn
Stars slowly fading
Orange sun climbing
Birds beautiful song
My baby awakening
Body sturring Eyes opening
Her sparkle shining
Soft skin glistening
Lips softly moaning
Gentle kiss touching
Hands delicately moving
Fingers soothing touch
Passionate love making
With her at dawn