Matthew Soriano

Rookie (8/16/91 / New York city in Broocklyn)

Fight Today Die Tomorrow - Poem by Matthew Soriano

What's in the beat that makes you want to move your feet
Why is this sound making you move all around
No stopping, no dropping just move-in and u grove-in
Grab Bush by the arm and tell 'em to dropp the beats not bombs
Stop the war and gore and feed the homeless and the poor
How much bloodshed must we indoor to stop this Endless war
Some men and women fight but don't live to see the night
And some die in vain because all cause are President
Is insane in the brain which we must maintain
To save husbands and wives from losing their lives
From lies and promises that were said and not kept
Fight today die tomorrow knowing that you died to let us free
To be still the land of the free and the brave
All because you followed the beat
1/30/08


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2008



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