Black Poetry : 4th of July Celebration of the Declaration

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    4th of July Celebration of the Declaration

    Dirt was keen for the United 13 colonies the British code
    Of behavior was a road major with unfair rules a whack road
    To no end, look in 1775 the british was on a **** mission
    To confiscate all the ammunition the danger angered the vision
    Of many about the Brittish, they were on a lunatic fringe and
    Thomas Jefferson felt the static must be cleansed, the Brittish stand
    Was wrong, the colonies were a mad majority but the British had
    Authority, many couldn’t help but remember in September 1774 sad
    Enough a list grievances was sent to King George III in which
    Discuss bitter how he must reconsider the mess and stress and switch
    His opinion on tax laws not one thing or word from King George III
    Instead he was misled he massed groups of troops around Boston heard
    Gunfire brittish groove wasn’t smooth this moved the Continental
    Congress on May 5, 1776 to meet in Virginia had to deal on a mental
    Basis with the British being astound and disabled led to a round-table
    Conference some strange news as they exchange views no clown fable
    This was the real deal couldn’t yield anymore, Thomas Jefferson drew
    A resolution that led to a revolution detailing British abuses that threw
    Anger into the colonies quick but Thomas became sick so Peyton Randolph
    Went instead his stand wasn’t soft with the British the colonies land cost
    Was tremendous and continuos the tax burdens were hurting too many false
    Answers from King George III, on July 4, 1776 the DECLARATION
    Of INDEPENDENCE was signed and designed correct the situation
    Many brave women and men died for what they believed in battle
    After battle even Paul Revere saddled a horse to ride and warn and rattle
    Each town “Prepare the British are coming you could hear rumbling and
    Rifles being cocked ammunition and friction winning was their plan
    And they did ending the British stand the UNITED STATES was borned
    AMEN, so let us enjoy this fourth of July as the blue sky explode with adorned
    Fireworks and think how bad life would’ve been if it wasn’t for these
    Brave women and men “hey dawg pass a glass of that juice and gin please”
     
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