Black Poetry : WE HAVE TO CHANGE WHAT WE DO!

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    How do we change who we are?
    We have to change what we do.
    That could mean tearing apart everything you cherish
    That could mean reviewing your values.
    Take a right you have and by challenging the very rights limitations.
    Enhancing that right
    If it really matters
    That would mean looking at your freedoms and determining
    If you’re abusing those freedoms or actually learning
    If those freedoms are abusing you.
    Review them closely are you abusing them too?
    By that I mean the freedom of expression and speech.
    If you are sarcastic and say things in such a manner
    That shows the limits of the brain.
    Everything mocked not adding anything to it.
    In such a manner that it shows disdain.
    Revealing an ignorance to the limits the feeling
    Nothing offered to the matter that is in consideration.
    Change yourself if it really matters.
    If you’re civil rights are what you scream
    When it seems the organizations and corporate schemes
    Are repressing the life and oxygen your breath
    How do you change where you are?
    Change what you do.
     
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