Sonja Blount

(Crowley, Louisiana)

Bewildered - Poem by Sonja Blount

Perhaps, four men went on a journey
Perhaps, three bodies returned from this venture
Perhaps, a message of awareness can be revealed
Perhaps, a new ideology bearing just laws can become visible
Perhaps, communities concerned with justice for all can now
prosper.
Perhaps, the falsehood of that day can be a wake up call to how
our minds are being manipulated by others.
Perhaps, the magnitude of this injustice can be understood
Perhaps, the hypocrisy of this situation can validate it's
existence.
And perhaps, a people can now join together in unification and perform a requisite transformation; and take command of their lives.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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