joe foster

Rookie - 48 Points (september 9,1981 / memphis, tennesee)

Modern Slavery - Poem by joe foster

Slavery comes from the stables of darkness,
creating efficient funds,
free labor,
a business without kindness,
calling it free favors,
making money off the helpless,
songs being sung,
telling you which way to go,
an escape route.
soon to be war,
becoming equal,
fighting to settle the score,
freedom soon to be reigned,
a time for change,
still fighting for freedom today,
a new way,
for better days,
to become equal,
to become enlightened by one another,
as freedom of life calls you name,
singing a verse,
saying no more,
we are equal,
living amongst one another,
sharing laughs,
healing pain,
to this day,
we still fight for change.


Comments about Modern Slavery by joe foster

  • Madina Morris (2/14/2013 2:22:00 PM)


    Its new, its fresh, its good, and smart, but most of all its true. I for one love it. Nice work. (Report) Reply

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  • (5/18/2012 12:19:00 PM)


    a powerful poem of defense of those rendered powerless by mammon... God will bless the fight with victory (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012



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