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No one knows what to expect at birth. I didn’t choose this life, life choose me It's just meant to be. No one can choose, I had to learn to adapt It was either that, or end up on my back.
How different the world would beif each one of us looked at each otherthrough pure love's eyesaccepting our faults and limitationsaccepting our weaknesses and debilities
All of them! Each and every one! I'm done! They think they can walk around. Smug, gotchya-whatchya-gonna-do-now smiles, irradicated, you-know-their-mothers-taught-them-that haught,
You say you know the truth, but whereAre facts in your storyJust here and there, there’s not much thereJust eyes that won’t see
They look at the two differently Judging, favoring The first, they feel, deserves a ten He was strong, persuasive, and smooth The second, they discuss, deserves a six She was bossy, pushy, and vain
Can we take a step back and look at the bigger picture. It's not all black and white but a mixture, of black and whites and Asians and Latino. Straight or not, we act like we know.
The justice system is supposed to make everyone equal under the law But when you go before a jury of your peers they judge you based on your skin, race, religious , gender and economic situation
Education has become a joke Kids are falling behind because no child left behind is blowing smoke... Up in flames, Burning! I wish that was the smell of brains working.