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I’m not Christian I’m not Muslim I’m not Gay I’m not Straight I’m not Black I’m not White I’m not Flesh I’m not Bone I’m free In my Zone I’m […]
Two nations at war In my singular conscience Babylon and Zion Playing for keeps Late nights up to weep Battles they won The war still goes on Babylon and Zion […]
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Be a rebel with a cause A warrior with a fight Be a singer with a voice You have a choice Use your passion to make change Or walk silent […]
There’s four days left then we change history forever! Remember to educate yourselves on the candidates and measures on the ballot! Women’s rights, Social justice, and Environmental justice all are […]
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A voice never heard Only but once in a while do they care Forced to hear the cries of the absurd Listening to us is a dare Our message can […]
Click the hyperlink to relive one of our classic post! A poem that was inspired by the social pressure at the time. In America the Black Lives Matter movement was in full swing. This poem, “Protest” describes the environment. via Protest
Tick tick, tock tock How many hands are on the clock? Tick tick, tock tock They told me they would stop Tick tick, tock tock When will it ever end? […]