Citizen Enemy - Poem by Ima Ryma
I was a U.S. citizen,
Who became its sworn enemy,
Leading an army of like men
To make the U.S. cease to be.
The U.S. tried to make me dead.
Any rights of citizenship
I had were gone, because I led
War against the U.S., to rip
Apart the nation I had known.
Attempts to kill me tried and failed.
My time knew no killing air drone,
But still so many deaths prevailed.
I surrendered and was set free.
I was General Robert E. Lee.
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