Erasure Poem

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February 15, 2011 by jrwatson5

Dr. Martin Luther King giving his "I Have...

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Walk alone

Cannot turn back

will you be satisfied?

Can never be satisfied

horrors, brutality

can never be satisfied

cannot vote

no, no

not satisfied

some have come fresh from narrow jail cells

with that

go back

go back

go

go back

go back

can and will be changed

face the difficulties

my friends

a dream

created equal

transformed into an oasis of freedom


By Monica, 9th grade

With words from “I Have a Dream” by Dr. M. L. King

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