human rights

SPOKEN POETRY

(human rights)

 

A Poor to ridiculed, had felt like a trash dispatched

A one that has bullied, had felt like was shot with a gun

Had shot with a gun 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.., bullets that i can’t count

A violence, torture, insults

Had inset this pain in my heart

A wound that no cure

 Is the reason to cut this life

And then,

just… die.

 It’s over, it’s easy. Am I right?

A way to end this pain that I can’t bare

Is to die.

Make this darkest foggy life into clear bright light

Strengthen your weak knee

Broaden your shoulders

Have a power

Make a stand and go out

 Shout between the crowd

Let what you feel out, it’s time to shout.

A sacred life that God provide

Again,

 A sacred life, SACRED LIFE!

 that god provide

Life that given by him will only be taken by him

So, whatever it takes,

Until I have this breath

Until this heart pump blood throughout my body

Until I have an eye to see, a mouth to speak, a voice to hear

and ear to listen….

…..

I won’t, I won’t give up.

 

Oh no,

I won’t give up

No one can measure your worth

You’re more than gold, diamonds and billions money in this world

Come with me

Be with me

Let’s speak with dignity

A human with presence of humanity

 

Make a defense, A Protection

Like our parents lend to us

The day that we’ve born until they die

A bed of love

A pillow of care

And a sheet of protection

Now, I say

Stop violence, stop intolerance

STOP!

And

GO!

To stand with dignity

Because we are worthy

Fight for life

It’s our human right, it is our RIGHT.

This poem is about: 
Me
My family
My community
My country
Our world
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