by Akintiunde

 the Black
 man is the parenthetical
 thought within the American Sentence: crucial
 to its complete understanding, but viewed as a
 nonessential interjection within its syntactic  structure
 and a dangling fragment
 without it


This poem is an Eintou, a new African American poetic form.
It is a septet syllabic/wordcount poem consiting of 2
syllables (or words) the first line, 4 syllables (or words)
the second line, 6 the third, 8 the fourth, 6 the fifth,
4 the sixth, and 2 the seventh.  This poem is of the
wordcount type.

Untitled by Akintiunde

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