Deborah A. NelsonDunn


I Never Dreamed I'd Live To See


Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream, to bring all people together as a team. His dream will live on that all men are born free, for this is how God intended it to be. I never dreamed I'd lived to see, a black man win such a victory. A black man named Barack Obama, stood fast wearing God's armor. He won the race, he is now our 44th president, yes we can. If we stand together and give each other a helping hand, I never dreamed I'd see, this great day, a mark in history.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: victory


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I enjoy writing poems, I was watching TV to see who would be our next president, when Barack Obama was elected president,2008, I picked up my pencil and began writing this poem, I wanted to share this poem at that time but did not know how, now that I am a member, I can at last share my poems with others.

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