Dametre Williams

Life or pigment

since adolescence

jesus been pouring blessings

still praying for victims of 9/11

as 911 out here killing

I guess i missed the 4-11 cause i never saw my self as a color

im screaming  race don't matter

a child dies and people pull out there phones

#black lives matter

Im more concerned about the ken

and the parents who had to bear witness

or are waiting at home wondering when they son gonna be coming home

my mom and father got these preminitions

and im sad to say i do to

the news never knew the child yet still deemed fit to call him a criminal 

Comments1

  • Duenna Leya

    We are all one in the same in God's eyes. Racism is a tregedy. Like a bad disease. Mankind has no place being a judge. Liked your poem! Look forward to the next one.



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