A man of wisdom and everlasting truth
If I was there, Sir, I would have yelled "Don't shoot!"
I loved you as a child, we learned about you in school.
Peace- the sound of no gunshots and blood spilled.
Death cannot take you away, you can't leave Dr. king
Gentle as a lamb protestors would say
You inspire me, at age eighteen, your words tug at my heart
Why did the man have to fire
I pity the man who could not love all
Death eventually collects us all
Life flowed through those veins
That made old ladies cry and babies smile.
Dr. King, you were my friend
Back when I had no one to depend
Even though we never met
Your love is a novelty the world won't forget
I know you can't read this now
But Ferguson is all the news talks about
The world is breaking
And the toll it's taking
We need you back
Colors are beautiful
As are you Dr. King.