What’s Fear?

what’s fear without consequence?

I gain experience through tough times

no con in my confidence, i reside on dope lines of rhymes

but inside

I feel

…steep.

steep with my feet slipping

into a deep sleep, leaving me weak

weaker than seven days of pressure

but pressure pays

‘cause pressure can make a diamond

but fear would say I was lyin’

WHAT IS FEAR?

what’s fear when as a man you get looked down upon every time that you tear?

tearing up in my eyes

as momma say

“don’t you cry, ain’t you ‘sposed to be a man?”

I wanna holler back, “I AM”

 

I WANNA HOLLER BACK, “I AM.”

AIN’T YOU ‘SPOSED TO BE A MAN?

MOMMA TOLD ME DON’T YOU CRY

SO NO TEARS IN MY EYES

WHAT’S FEAR WHEN AS A MAN YOU LEARN TO HIDE IT IN DISGUISE?

FEAR WHAT?

I AIN’T LYING
PRESSURE TURNED ME TO A DIAMOND
CAN’T BE WEAK
EVERY WEEK
7 DAYS

WIDE AWAKE

BUT INSIDE

I FEEL

                                                fake.

because I resided on words instead of action

to represent what I was lacking

no con in my connection, to fear, but I’m curious

 everyone feels fear in hard times

 but what’s hard time without experience.

  • King Kam

James Smith, otherwise known as 1440 has been creating vibrant stencil paintings and mixed media Calligraphy artworks since early 2012. His influence is vast, ranging from Pop culture, to Ancient Hieroglyphics, Spiritual text, and everyday situations.

1440 uses intricate hand cut stencils, spray paint, inks, acrylic paint, and various mixed media tools to create a wide variety of art that is appealing and enjoyable to everyone

The 67th District Court of Genesee County is a limited jurisdiction court, authorized under state statute, with jurisdiction over Genesee County, including the City of Flint effective January 2, 2016. The Court has eleven elected judges, four appointed magistrates, nine probation officers and a staff of fifty employees.  The Court is responsible for parking citations, traffic violations, criminal misdemeanors, preliminary examinations in felony cases, landlord tenant, small claims, and general civil cases (where the amount in controversy does not exceed $25,000).