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brookyn

poem

Voices of brooklyn were never easy to hear, or heared easy. It's past of speech was shunned, Yet now it's almost welcomed. But Brooklyn has come to recognize, in els where's eyes there speech is prized. And so what is heared is now easily seen, and what's seen is known to brooklyn, It's home, This speech it's come to own. Round a hundred years ago, speech was sold to mostly books, but anyone who looks, can see, books weren't portayed ppopularly. The words of one who could read, to others were not agreed. The advantage of now, to say what cant be heard, to those foreign to those who kill a word. The luanguage of brooklyn is not of America. Is of brooklyn.

The story was posted on 0000-00-00