Ace Of Black Hearts

Silver Star - 4,222 Points (04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

The Fear Of Civil Unrest - Poem by Ace Of Black Hearts

Only humans have a need to rule an entire species of descendant and race.
In a nation the freedoms once embraced.
They have become a written disgrace.
When the homeless storm the cities demanding equality.
Then we know we have failed,
And that boat has already set sail.
No longer are we looking through the looking glass.
And is happening so fast.
Enraged the people are,
With every right to be.
With every promise broken.
Another part of our dignity is stolen.
Robbed by the ghost of puppets.
That claim to be for us, to help us.
Given a chance they'll crush us.
Accidentally, Intentionally, doesn't even matter.
Cause silent is the once well heard laughter.
Violence will soon run rampant can you feel it?
As tensions hang high in the air.
All that is needed is a single spark to light this flare,
Hope and pray it never comes.
Oh they will try to protect themselves any way they know how.
Using your own military to silence you.
Agents busting down your front door claiming their looking for another terrorist.
Hate to break this to you but we are the terrorist to dictator if one shall ever reign.
Someone will feel the need to put us down huge numbers.
Call it what you will.
A massacre, or very violent protest filled with civil unrest.
Either way I contest it most certainly just as dangerous as the men in arms overseas trying to protect you and me.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 10, 2011

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