The Revolution - Poem by Avery Eglantine
From the start of this revolution
thought problem has no solution
but to earth's deep wound i found
the key to end this round
i made a lot of sound..
the revolution starts to form earthquake...
rocks and stones fall with none sake
thought I'm gonna die with golden stake, , ,
but i denied and faced my fate...
eat dust and breath smoke
but i survived, it's no joke
rescuers got in and give aid
but worms wants me to fade
my self, my brain they invade, ,
but i didn't give up..
i fight hunger and anger
i ate soil, i spit nothing
at last i heard the angel sing...
peace and no fright they bring..
and butterflies but no bees to sting...
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