San Bernardino Mass Killing Gun Petition - Poem by Akeem Mair
Mass killings again
This time it's fourteen lives suffered by the wrong hands
Are we gonna make plans?
Change these gun laws
before my life is taken by a suicidal man
Who stacked guns in his crib
Probably used the government's funds
that's exactly what he did
Through a scholarship
Or through these laws that allow him
to buy bullets like a cigarette
I mean come on,
how many deaths that these laws didn't stop?
How many people had to take their last breath
before they got shot
Because somebody didn't check his jacket,
he's a student so he's good
He's a former employee that got fired
and his threats wasn't overlooked
I mean these people had military guns
bigger than the police
How he get hands on a AR-15?
Turns average person to a train killer
than they go on a killing spree
I mean come on government you tell me?
Come on Mr. President how you gonna protect Akeem?
You got body guards and all i got is a false law
that doesn't even protect us at all
You think that killer is gonna stall
and take a out booklet of the laws?
No! ! He's gonna let those bullets rain
then my body crash and falls
And in my death you were the cause
And he is the effect from a not good enough law
I'm not blaming anybody
I just want all this mass killings to stop! !
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