The Glow Up of a Marginalized Mind

Prepubescent face,

With eyes judging the world. 

It becomes clear to him a life in which hate

relates to the minds of many.

A glow up from “When will we get there?” to

“When will political leaders own up to their

mistakes and change for the better?” 

 

It is the glow up of a Marginalized Mind, 

it is seeing 16 year old Carlos Gregorio

Hernandez Vasquez die under border customs, 

during which real Americans turn a cold shoulder. 

Confused by the intricacies of equality, 

he grows. 

 

He grows and glows to shout and alarm until his 

fight is over and 

his right is heard.

 

This poem is about: 
Me
My country

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