Rest In Pieces

Rest in Peace
Rest in Peace
Rest in Pieces of my mind
Since my thoughts have been shattered
With the increase of crime
Black sons, Black daughters, Black Husbands
In murder do they part
All now becoming pieces of poor black art
We have never been their equal
My black family and I
Though the law says yes, the law is often a lie
So we all die
And Black mothers cry
And Black Brothers fight
And White Men deny
And Black hoods pry
And Black church’s pray
Until they’re shot up
But Black Pride still stays
All media says no
But provide no proof
We cry justice on death ears
Our voices rising to the roofs
So My brothers, My sisters, Here this cry
Scream for justice on your last sigh
Because still we die
Copyright 2017

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