Peace and Freedom March

*****

When I walk out
When I stay in

When I write a word
When I speak a word
When I sing a word
When I intone
A Word
And
When there are
No words at all

Every damn
Time
I
Meet
Your
Eye

I
Am

A demonstration
A parade
A protest

For

Peace
Freedom
Beauty
Love

And

Mooooost dangerous of
All

Trooooooooooooth

Ooooooooooooh!!!!

Blaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!!!

Uttered in love!
Uttered in agape
Divine passion
For the Redemption
Of
All!

Is it any wonder
There are sometimes
Unjust accusations
Called after?
Mud slung?
Social machinery
Set in motion?

That’s okay

Seven generations from now

The mud slingers
Will be remembered for
Exactly
What they
Are:

Ready?

Pe-
Ri-
Phe-
Ral

(who, now?…)

*****
The poet/editor of this website is physically disabled, and lives at a fraction of her nation’s poverty level. Contributions may be made at:

https://www.gofundme.com/are-you-a-patron-of-the-arts

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2 thoughts on “Peace and Freedom March

  1. If our protests were ever welcomed then we would not need to protest. Protest brings more positive change than any number of Harvard and Oxbridge people sitting together in panelled oak rooms 🙂

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