Frank Valenti

Rookie (3/11/1987 / lackawanna new york)

For We Are Many - Poem by Frank Valenti

You shall not dare cross our path
For we are many
The fire that drives will consume all who trespass
We do not fall to reckless abandon
Striving forward to our various goals
None trembling with fear
Numb from aggressive opposition
We move forward into your world
Loathing the complacentness of establishment
That controls the prosperity of few neglecting the rest
Making movements to change the coarse of poverty
For we are many
Like minded activists seeking opportunity for all
We do not plan to give without deserving
We pay not in monies but in knowledge
Driving the broken and otherwise lost
To find their ambition to make life their own
Making people see truth in reason
Turning a blind eye to a corrupted government we shall not
Change is a must and we are willing
For we are many

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 21, 2012

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