Deceitful Freedom

The Slogan Goes

“Don’t Tread on me

“The action shows them assassinating the humility of a race,

Taking the life and liberty of a EMT named Bre.

You have the right and civic responsibility to resist tyranny.

Just when a Black man does it charge his ass with murder,

‘Cause how dare these niggas have the proclivity to believe they’re free.

We only Americans,

For advantageous reasons.

The Prototypical example is this phoney ass election season.

Worst has come to worst.

The Burning house is the collective reality.

The idea of inclusion.

Finally for all been dispersed.

Went to School got that great education,

Yet regardless of class, income or status,

Same disposable slave situation,

 Tell us to “Wait” for justice,

But she’s so used to fuckin’ us that bitch never comes 1 percent,

All the wealth,

The very bottom still killing over crumbs.

 Results of the American Caste system.

 The Rich is too fancy for realism.

 American Philosophy lied to us all,

But more importantly,

Ms. Taylor,

 For Whites, rights are inalienable,

 For Blacks they’re not available. 

ABOUT AUTHOR

  • Sergio Wilson

    Sergio is a father, poet, writer, philosopher and cerebral analyzer from Birmingham, Alabama.

Sergio Wilson

Sergio is a father, poet, writer, philosopher and cerebral analyzer from Birmingham, Alabama.

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