Mr. Officer

Mr. Officer short poem

Uploaded by Maxwell Shaw

I ask you to look my soul
Not my color because that is a shade of my temple
I beg for you to reach for my heart before it stands still
For years to come after the action comes to light
I pray for you not because of your doings
But because of the Nature that blooms
Within your environment
That inflicts your own state
But as you put on your uniform
Equip your belt
And step into that vehicle
Realise that love is thicker then blood
The flesh may be wounded
But the spirit is always alive and eternal
Through strength created from pain alone
So let us rise as one one day so that for our children’s children
They take our visions and put them in stone
Now and Forever.

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