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Friday, March 17, 2006

Love and Hate by James C. Richmond




LOVE AND HATE


A fine line between love and hate

The largest instruments in the human fate

Pouring streams to water the mind

Showering the iniquities of our time

Love and hate can never be free


Searching through the pores of time

The conquering forces of the Roman kind

Cursed is the past of the age of plantocracy

Leaping through the pages of servitude and hate

Brought to be a concubine of race hate

While laughing at yourself

Love and hate can never be free


The Eve of time cast a racial spell

Adam spoke in lustful tongue

Well Down came Lucifer to tempt the city in tongues

Giving in marriage, taking in death

Doing good and doing evil Yet!

A mystical madness gripped the days

Wallowing deeper in one phrase

Love and hate can never be free


Reformed and renewed an Adamic scene of the innocent

Conquering lion of the tribe arise

Lasting memory of amend

A bold task to separate the man from the mask

Love and hate can never be free


Gripped in a dead-lock

Where race hate tick to the clock

Lashed out at itself, for itself

There lies your worst enemy, yourself

Frustrated mind; a powerful destructive machine

Against the racial hate of time

A cancerous state beset the land

The seeds of race hate are now men!

Love and hate can never be free


Love is pained

Hate is shouted out

Love is too silent

Hate is exulted

Rise – up and fight to be free

Rise – up with love, fight with wisdom; mold a destiny

Love and hate can never be free

Wake – up and turn or loose

Wake – up and turn or loose

For the day is dawning!!!!

There could be no peace in the evening

Until love transcend the difference

Until love transcend the difference

Until love transcend the difference.

Poem by: James C. Richmond


Posted by jebratt :: Friday, March 17, 2006 :: 0 comments

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