Justified Injustice // Poetry Series Part 3

Ode To Leelah She. She. She Was so beautiful. Trapped, a soldier, a martyr. She was strong. She was brave. She. She. She Was encaged, locked into this world Misunderstood and forgotten. Suffered in silence. Brushed aside. She is not he. Lost in a world, Where instinct And inside mean nothing. She fought too long,Continue reading “Justified Injustice // Poetry Series Part 3”

Justified Injustice // Poetry Series

I Come From I come from an easy life, Lack of hardship, Lack of labour, Food waiting on the table, Teachers waiting in the classroom. I come from not having to fight, For my freedom, for my rights. But I come from “boys will be boys” And “don’t go out alone” I come from keysContinue reading “Justified Injustice // Poetry Series”

Justified Injustice // Poetry Series

Black Lives Matter – Ballad High in the summer season, A man is found shot dead, In the American town of Ferguson, There is violence and trouble ahead. A man named Michael Brown, Always seen as beneath, And another, wrongly righted, They cannot breathe.   Nothing could prepare them, For acts so cruel and unjust,Continue reading “Justified Injustice // Poetry Series”