This Isn't America, Anymore

This isn't America, anymore
When I saw "You Are Not Welcome" posted on a door,
Because of your belief you are not greeted
And if you are interracial you are not seated,
Then I read "Do Not Enter" on a store.

Freedom for all was fought for in a war
Liberty and justice we wanted to restore,
Now like criminals many are treated.
This isn't America.

Hide the "Bill Of Rights" in your drawer
Call Lady Liberty a lying whore,
Freedom cannot and must not be defeated
History must not ever be repeated,
Freedom and justice for all our forefathers swore.
This isn't America.

Randy L. McClave
Friday, March 11, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: america,freedom
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
I wrote this poem after I read of a BILL being pushed in Kentucky Congress (my state) To make a law for any store to refuse you service, because of faith, belief sexual orientation etc..
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