mariyamah meiz

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Insecurity - Poem by mariyamah meiz

why we live with insecurity
they raped and murdered our minority
they question the black mans authority
our people lives start with impurity


we let go of our raw obsession
never to give a true confession
fail to grasp the given lesson
my people went through true oppression
cant break through without in a session
wonder why we have aggression
tired of our deep depression
then you ask us for redemption


now we came to our conclusion
that blacks and whites had no solution
we get along with one confusion
is color blind just an allusion


our people lives start with impurity
they raped and murdered our minority
they question the black mans authority
thats why we live with insecurity

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 17, 2010


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