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The Answer

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Men and boys, O fathers, brothers,
Burst these fetters round you bound.
Women, sisters, wives and mothers,
Lift your faces from the ground!
O Democracy, O People,
East and West and North and South,
Rise together, one for ever,
Strike this Crime upon the mouth!
Bid them not, the men who loved you,
Those who fought for you and died,
Scorn you that you broke a small Crime,
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James Mclain 06 August 2017
While the crack of dawn has found yourselves many miles away.. iip
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Susan Williams 06 August 2017
O America, O first-born Of the age that yet shall be Where all men shall be as one man, Noble, faithful, fearless, free! —- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Oh, if we'd only live up to these words
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Kumarmani Mahakul 06 August 2017
Great write. Touching theme. Congratulation to his soul.
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Bernard F. Asuncion 06 August 2017
This poem is interesting.. thanks for posting...
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Edward Kofi Louis 06 August 2017
Why am i forsaken? Crying! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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