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  157.     

Pen Force

Don't let the pen lay idle
Where innocent blood shed;
Where there are starving
Children to be fed.

Don't let the pen
Stop dripping ink
Where racism
Competes with sexism
And Babylon celebrates the dead.

Don't let the pen
Loses its grip
When humanity
Is going down
On a sinking ship.

Don't let them ban the pen
Where it cuts
Like a two-edged sword.
 
Buxton Shippy

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  158.     

This poem

This poem shall call
Name like J F Kennedy,
Lumumbar, Nkruma, Sobukwe
Sankara, Padmore
This poem is copied
From your history

This poem is new, old
This poem will say nothing new
This poem is vex about
Racism, apartheid
This poem was once told
This poem is one of the poem
That will never end
Even if poets have stop writing
 
Hebert Nkal

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  159.     

Born...

We are born to live
But we live to die
I've never stooped so low
as to smoke to get high

We are born to change
Although bred to kill
Keep in check your morals
or what matters still

We are born to the media
With an angle I am scarred
How do you breed and individual
With a 9 number card

We are born with freedoms
Which never seem to come
Racism is still in America
And Money still rules Some
 
Ryan Arthur Walker

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  160.     

He

He dazzled with ignorance thinking he is free but he didn't know he Is tied with mental slavery
He was told black is dark and white is bright, Since then he afraid us like we are some vampire lurking in the dark, Looking for a blood to suck
He block a way for his own kind paving a way for something that looks more white
He devaluate black as already cashed check, value the white as a check ready to be cashed in any bank
But he didn't know the racism bank goes bankrupt when Martin invest I have a dream on our account
He preach us black is cursed and expect us to believe in a God who wrote this
 
Abel Asrat

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