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A Sonnet for Ol’ Dirty Bastard

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While not trying to be too blasphemous and with apologies in advance to those celebrating the holiday, I could find no better time to post a sonnet for Ol’ Dirty Bastard, who was also known by the monicker “Big Baby Jesus.”  I encourage you all to have a safe holiday and try not to end up like ODB, (i.e. dead or in jail) this year.  Word.

When you rhymed it never made no damn sense

Don’t know if you were high or just plastered

Just love or hate, no sittin’ on the fence

Shit, we miss you, you Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Never knew, were you crazy or funny?

But you made us smile either f*ck*ng way

In heaven hoes better have your money

Else that St. John is gonna have to pay

I couldn’t believe you kept your welfare

Or that you tried out to play Mister Ed

Years go by, but yet it don’t seem quite fair

Still, I cannot believe that you are dead

When I try hard to get me some poontang

I always come back to the Wu Tang.

Ol' Dirty Bastard aka Big Baby Jesus

Ol’ Dirty Bastard aka Big Baby Jesus

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