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|Reviewed by Stephanie Webb-Dockery
|Ghetti Woman~very true! This is so real.
|Reviewed by Stephanie Storey-Morant
|Beautiful! Don't let the word Ghetto define you. Tear down the stereotypes and prove the Devine come straight from the Ghetto.
I come from the Ghetto too but that's not my label. Being from the ghetto doesn't make me disabled. I can do all things.....
|Reviewed by Chynamama
|I thought that your poem was a nice one. I'll tell you rite out, i'm a ghetto ass female. Shit, sometimes at times i feel as if i want to write a poem that sums up what i;ve been through in my life. I'm hitting you up just to give you my props. Well hope if you ever get the chance to read this, i hope i find you to be in the best of health in mind, body and souol. Yours truely, Michelle Isidoro Bustamante. P.S. I would love it if you emailed me back. THANX...!!!!|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|super job!! i agree with both josephine and krisie; ghetto people aren't bad just because they lived there; it's how they were
raised that made them the way they are; there are a lot of good people who come from the projects, but society tends to label all ghetto people, and that is a shame. i love all people, REGARDLESS of where they come from or who they are; it don't matter to me ONE IOTA that they are black, white, tan, brown, yellow, or red!!
in my eyes, ALL people are ~EQUAL~!! and they deserve ~EQUAL~ treatment!! keep it up, girlfriend! love, your friend, karen lynn. (((HUGS)))
|Reviewed by fare good (Reader)
|This brought tears to my eyes excellent.|
|Reviewed by Wendi Cali
|Incredibly well said. We can't be bound by where we've come from, but can't leave our history behind, either. Excellent read!|
|Reviewed by RON P KING
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|Man you had me going for awhile..(hehe)
but i couldn't have said it better myself
super great write
for i too am i "ghetto woman"
|Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
I've lived with Wealthy Those Poor, Those In Between___
You are What You Are So All you Gotta Do Is Be Clean, I Am Not Poor Only Am I Broke__ I Live In poor area, high Crime___
But, Those Good/Poor People Around Me Want
Nothing But, My Friendship___ Difference Between Those Wealthy & Those Poor___
As I'd Rather Be Me I'd Rather Be Free To Be
What I Desire To Be not What Society Ditates
And Labels You as a Ghetto Woman, i.e. Don't
Hey, It's Only There (Wealthy) Greed That Holds You back!!
|Reviewed by Josephine Bohen