My Mother says, her eyes are tear-less
when I smile. Though I’m always smiling,
still, I’m so serious when I smile.
She’d say, I look at things too deeply,
even as a child and as a child, I saw
deeper than the wild, that would become
She’s grateful I made it out somehow;
I see it in her eyes, she’s proud.
So I breath in deep and smile.
But she doesn’t know that I smile through
the wild because I have the heart of my
mother’s child; so seriously, I smile.
© Kesau’c N. Hill
Serengeti Noise by Kesau’c N. Hill
‘Serengeti Noise’ is the story of the birthing of a man. Prison can make a boy believe that he is as the penal system has defined him. In this case, prison was the place where a boy fought to find the man within him; allowing himself to be touched by the goodness of three outstretched branches that were handed to him. He used the branches, to slowly beat the anger out of himself; while everyone around him remained as the system had defined them. This is a book about truth, where the author’s frenzied prison wall poetry saved his life, his words bringing awareness to his need to be something more. This is a book about the power of the inner sanctum.
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