Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele
Martin Luther King's Dream - Revisited - Poem by Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele
It is nobody's fault
you're poor, black, hispanic or dead
of an Islam bullet
centuries from home.
It is terrorism
that prevented your education or
denied you your constitutional rights
of a democracy, running scared
of it's individual privileges
It is American
to stand up, fight back,
to speak out, against injustice
for the poorest, most ignorant,
unworthy, or disabled
Turn your back once,
and the privilege is revoked
for each of us to claim
'Am I not a man? '
Worthy of the dignity of life,
of inherent liberties.
Now that the disenfranchised
have become the majority,
how must our 'dreams deferred'
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