Take It Easy, Brother!

Take It Easy, Brother! NELSON MACA So, I decided to sink the slave s hips drown the captains and cr ew in the same salt of the same sea that sucked out my corrode d remains but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to set fire to the master’s h ouse burn the madams and the mast ers in the same bonfire where they heated the iron that scorched my flesh but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to shoot the slave hunter in th e head take control of the battlefield I li ved in with the same shotgun they aimed at my back when I ran away but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to slit the Princess Imperial’s t hroat exterminate the fallacies of abolition once a nd for all with the same blade they used to cut off my black fugitive fingers but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to kidnap the factory o wner to compensate for the shortcomings in my smal l wage, with the same indifference they used to kidnap me with f orce but then http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

Take It Easy, Brother!

Manoa, Volume 30 (2) – Feb 7, 2019

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NELSON MACA So, I decided to sink the slave s hips drown the captains and cr ew in the same salt of the same sea that sucked out my corrode d remains but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to set fire to the master’s h ouse burn the madams and the mast ers in the same bonfire where they heated the iron that scorched my flesh but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to shoot the slave hunter in th e head take control of the battlefield I li ved in with the same shotgun they aimed at my back when I ran away but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to slit the Princess Imperial’s t hroat exterminate the fallacies of abolition once a nd for all with the same blade they used to cut off my black fugitive fingers but then this voice whispered in my e ar: So, I decided to kidnap the factory o wner to compensate for the shortcomings in my smal l wage, with the same indifference they used to kidnap me with f orce but then

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