Keith Wright

(1988- / Oklahoma City)

A RHYME FOR OUR TROOPS


IGNORANTS IS BLISS, RIGHT NOW IT FEELS LIKE I DONT HAVE ANYONE TO MISS, THIS RHYME RIGHT HEAR ISNT A DISS, SO I INSISTS YOU CONTINE TO READ, PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY WITHOUT ANY CHANCE TO FEED, THOSE INDIVIDUALS ARE IN DIER NEED, WE BE ACTIN LIKE WE'RE IN A BAD MOOD, WHILE PEOPLE IN OUR MILITARY NEED FOOD, I JUST DONT UNDER STAND, DO WE NOT HAVE A PLAN, WE ARE NO LONGER IN DEMAND, WE NEED A REASON TO TRY, WE NEED A REASON TO NOT CRY, THATS WHEN I START TO WONDER WHY, SITTIN AND COMPLAINING, WHILE PEOPLE IN THE MILITARY GO THROUGH TRAINING, PEOPLE BRAGGIN' ABOUT STUFF THEY JUST BOUGHT, WHILE ANOTHER BROTHER JUST GOT SHOT, PEOPLE SITTIN' AT HOME AND SMOKIN' POT DONT EVEN UNDER STAND A WAR IS BEING FOUGHT, A MAN IN THE STATES CHEATS ON HIS WIFE WITH THE WORE NEXT DOOR, WHILE SOMEONE AT WAR IS THINKING ABOUT HIS WIFE, AND WONDER IF SHE'LL LEAVE HIM WHILE HE'S FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE, WE TAKE TOO MUCH FOR GRANTED SO I THINK ITS ABOUT TIME TO SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR THE COUNTRY, FLY AN AMERICAN FLAG IN YOUR FRONT YARD PROUDLY, AND DONT BE ASHAMED OF THE U.S.A., TAKE THE TIME AND JUST STAY, DONT QUESTION THIS RHYME JUST TAKE IT TO HEART, DONT GO ON AN ANTI-WAR PROTEST, BE PROUD THAT OUR MILITARY IS THE BEST OF THE BEST, TAKE YOUR TIME TO LAY YOUR HEAD TO REST AND PRAY THAT OUR TROOPS WILL MAKE IT THROUGH THE MONTH OF MAY...........

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008

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  • Keith Foley (7/22/2008 12:44:00 AM)

    Here, here. That of course means I agree. But did yyou have to right in all CAPS? Kinda hard to read. But never the less I really enjoyed it, believe in it and support it. (Report) Reply

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