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Struggle and Isolation NUMBer 9

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eagle sights, Leonard Peltier,
we Caucasoid have been among you here,
since before the trail of Appalachian tears,
and all those others engulfed by tiers
of fearful iron bars and concrete

until we meet, my friend.
if they wanted media hysteria,
they'd just free you, my friend.

steered by alternative dialectics
don't misconstrue interpretative alphabets
or hysterics of historical obtuse abuse
Grecian Dionysian Arificiers
with Egyptians locked mental stain
before Israelite Canaan,
it's encoded in your brain stem

ready, set, Sanskrit Vedic
for those self-decided idiots
self-described two-bits

in the name of Mumia
we love all people.
hate on us with cattle prods
god. you are not.
but, your high voltage hits
just reminisce with rain dripping
memories of JFK, Malcom,
Seale, Foster, and Wellstone
in this b*tch


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