america the great power poetry slam

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   You might not care at all and turn a blind eye To the issue of the North Dakota pipeline But this is important, let me tell you why  
America tells me “Go back to where you’re from!” Don’t they know They stand on the ground where my culture was erased America tells her “You were asking for it” Don’t they know
does that star spangeled banner yet wave o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? how ironic that we are not free nor are we brave run by a government who are cowards and steal from others
When did the cost of living, Become so expensive. Working two full-time jobs, Minnimum wage, Still cant afford to eat.    The lampshade, Needs to be dusted again, And so does the vase,
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." -Statue of Liberty. New York. Independence Day, 1776. Walls, rules. All raised to keep out a refugee, an immigrant. Obstacles, hoops.
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