To The Wind

By , putnam, CT
I am discriminated against because of my skin,
Told to throw my dreams and ambitions to the wind,
To forget talk about freedom and equality,
To do what I'm told by busy white body,
You are steeling my life, rights, hopes and dreams,
But some day I know, freedom will come,
When it does, tell my children to come to my grave,
And that this day did not come in vain.





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