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  33.     

Identity Theft

I am warned by many
to protect who I am
My identity may be taken
by some electronic scam

Now this perpetrator
will spend what I do not have
And the pain will not ease
with any ointment or salve

I am told many months
and even years it will take
To straighten out and clear
this awful identity mistake

I reflect a moment
at the system we have in place
Innocent til proven guilty
someone else they should chase

A criminal set free
by something not said
Yet charge things to my name
and I am financially dead

I help pay his lawyer
the system sets him free
While I spend my time
straightening out my identity


Terry M
 
Terry Mar

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  34.     

Taking Birth

Taking birth
In a lower caste
Is not a crime,
My dear, worry not.
And let me say
The caste, the religion
The color, and and and
All are not original
Identification of a man.
Man is man only with same blood,
Humanity is his identity,
Truthfulness is his identity,
Love is his identity,
Be a man, live as a man only.
 
gajanan mishra

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  35.     

I Can Breathe Freely

I stare towards nature
In hope of way
My way, is where?
This I often question myself
As my spirit is in search of my identity
Often, I sense as if my identity is lost
Still, I am in search of my lost identity
To find a suitable place for my existence
Somehow, somewhere I may belong
That is why I stare towards nature, in search.
 
Rohit Sapra

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  36.     

Identity

Identity, fragile image of broken mirrors
The start of hope and banished fears
Razor time cuts into the innocence

Fallen gardens of an empires deluge
Travel the stars in moonlit sin
Identity is a strange foreign land

Reflections of solitude beneath the mask
Rainy night pounds with thunder
Identity is an endless hunger
 
Joseph Narusiewicz

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