Tried, Judged, & Prosecuted the Day I was Born…..

Dr. Martin Luther King giving his "I Have...
Dr. Martin Luther King giving his "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington in Washington, D.C., on 28 August 1963. Español: Dr. Martin Luther King dando su discurso "Yo tengo un sueño" durante la Marcha sobre Washington por el trabajo y la libertad en Washington, D.C., 28 de agosto de 1963. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I ♥ myself & everything that invokes beauty around me. Today I left my abusive marriage to society and returned to the arms of my love and soul mate….. His name is LIFE & we are here on AssumedGuilty to make a difference not in numbers or business, but in the quality of my neighbor and their neighbors life… Let Poetic Justice unfold in the stories and truth of so many sagas that have gone to long untold!

Give me liberty or leave me be.
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Look into my eyes to see what I see. Drifting on a memory of sheer disillusion that life has a clear conclusion. I was tried & judged the day I was born, prosecution by a Grand Jury we call society Just a product of my environment. A redirect to blame senselessly which happens to be in my direction, obviously. Dr. King is not here so who can justify this for me. History is repeated to this day, you see the mind was never a game meant for play. I have no choice but to raise up my chest. My hate shield to guard me from the rest. What else can I do if I seek justice poetically but pray for the world through lyrical harmony. The one thing I own can never be stolen, my voice helps fill the voided holes in. I wiped the tears up myself, no one ever came! There was never any help My people are my people of all colors and skin, they believe in their own creed and have rooted origins So I sang to me, I have a dream to be freed from greed. Never will I justify my passion to thee. I simply want liberty.

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