McArthur Charles Mantein
Ceteris Parisbus - Poem by McArthur Charles Mantein
There are tears rolling down their faces,
Their pain seems worst than piercing hot irons down their throats.
They cry on empty stomach s, their hearts ache because of their grievances.
They shouldn't be crying, they shouldn't be going to school on empty stomachs,
They shouldn't be selling between cars, they experiencing the kinds of hardships that they go through
They shouldn't be on the street at night to sleep with unknown persons for money
They shouldn't be raped because they are vulnerable
They shouldn't be deprived of Justice because they are lees privilege.
In fact; they shouldn't be denied jobs because they are physically challenged.
They shouldn't lack opportunities because of the religion and creed,
Don't judge them based on their religion and creed.
Let all things be equal!
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