'' As One We'll Make It Right '' - Poem by Bri Mar
I see you, you see me,
What is it we're not seeing,
We misconstrue why we're free,
Is that an intelligent being?
You are black I am white,
Why do we even care?
Both under attack can't be right,
Why tolerate such despair.
Religion rules we both have Gods,
Who gave us all free will,
Yet some fools are all at odds,
It's fear that they instil.
Their mutual hate they try to spread,
Sadly, some respond,
What they dictate to the easily led,
Is to try to break our bond.
United as one it's up to us,
To tell them where to go,
Those tales they've spun create a fuss,
We've got to let them know.
They have no power if we refuse,
They'll soon become depleted,
Don't ever cower if they abuse,
They can and will be defeated.
Now you see me and I see you,
In a totally different light,
We both agree what we've been through,
‘' As One We'll Make It Right ‘'
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