A PAINTED POEM BY
MARTIECE LAVELL ARRINGTON
Warning: This poem is explicit, contains violent language, violence, and disturbing content, and may not be suitable for readers under 18. Viewer discretion is strongly advised as some readers may also need a box of Kleenex.
"Finally, answered by God." - The Unknown
Years have passed since The Unknown last saw Travell, but as he revisits Chicago, there, The Unknown's younger brother is, 7 years old and still the charismatic and crazy little guy he remembers him to be, Young gun.
Fully aware of his surroundings, is how the story begins, Young gun notices The Unknown closely observing him, which triggers Young gun's anger because he doesn't play games as he makes it well-known that he and his family are from the streets of Chicago. Understandable, but from The Unknown's perspective, it's been since 2009.
So, though an answered prayer, how does The Unknown navigate through God's conundrum of concealing himself, while simultaneously attempting to reveal he and his younger brother's love? So, in the end, Young gun can understand his reasoning behind finishing their day with "I love you." It won't be easy, but he prayed for this moment. Since 11, The Unknown promised God, he'd fix it.
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