Bounce, bounce, bounce, swoosh!
“Senior, Lavarius Jones, has just scored a three pointer, making his high school state champs!” the sportscaster exclaimed. “Lavarius has received several great offers from colleges around the state and country. He has accepted a full academic and sports scholarship to join the Florida State Seminoles.”
Pop, pop, pop!
“Lavarion Jones, twin brother of Lavarius Jones, MVP of the state high school basketball championships, has been shot during an apparent brawl between rival gangs,” the news anchor announced. “Lavarion has been allegedly identified as a member of one of the gangs; he has been previously arrested several times. He is expected to survive but it will take months of rehabilitation for him to recover from his injuries. Sources say prior to leaving school during his sophomore year Lavarion had been attending the performing arts high school where he excelled in vocals and classical piano. Police Captain Richard Jones, the twins’ father, has indicated that he will issue a verbal statement shortly.”
All American Girl
Sally Stone with blond hair
Gorgeous baby blue eyes
Her daddy’s princess
Cheerleader and tennis star
she met up with the wrong dude
at a dark club.
He introduced her
to a new, exciting, dangerous world
and took her to a place where
she became unrecognizable
even to herself.
Victoria and Jordan
In her inner city project bedroom Victoria Washington sprays on Channel No. 5 perfume. She tosses her freshly done auburn human hair weave and applies a third coat of fire-engine red lipstick to her full lips.”
“Ladies night at the Twilight,” sings
“Hey handsome!” she says. “Probably won’t be up when you leave for school in the mornin’ so leave a note on the frig of what you want for dinner. Gon get me some shut eye before I head off to my evenin’ shift at the hospital tomorrow night. But right now I’m steppin’ out to have a lil bit of fun off on my night off.”
She peers through a telescope in
“Yeah, that stuff sounds good,” says
The names and events in the above pieces are fictitious. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is coincidental.