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  157.     

Who Are You?

Revolution
Colonization
Destruction
Satisfaction
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Organisation
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Who Are You?
We're The GUESSWHO




GUESS WHO abr: General Union for Enemy Secret Sabotage and Wrecking His Opportunities
 
Guess Who

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  158.     

Believe

I believe in the thought of learning from mistakes,
The thought that love can hurt,
The strength I have to survive,
The way you can't control me forever,
The way truth maybe painful,
Deceiving, unbelievable, deadly.

But how people take the easy way out is ridiculous.

I believe that racism is wrong,
I believe that homophobia is wrong,
I believe in life is hard,
Unfair, lieing, cheating.

And I believe in that you can have whatever religion you want.

~2007~
 
Jennifer Cramer

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  159.     

The Abyss

On the edge of the dark opening, unfurled
Teetering back and forth on the tiny ledge
Not wanting to slip on the slippery edge
Also not wanting to stay in this hard world
It has gone too far down into the dark hell
Fear is used as a derisive vile tonic
So many are divisive and moronic
Cruel racism is still so alive and well
Disguised but not too veiled, so sadly amiss
We do need our great Lord more now than ever
Slay the racists who think that they are clever
Toss them quickly into the gaping abyss
Most of the simpletons, we will never miss
I wish I could deliver the last death kiss


LeBuertean Sonnet
2012
 
J.B. LeBuert

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  160.     

Genetic Racism

A lightning bolt thought
caused in his mind prism
a shift... a May schism..
He was to work against
geneaological and
genetic racism.
 
Saiom Shriver

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