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Jakaria Uddin


A Cure For People


Hooded thugs walking through the street
Giving other people agonising tension
Different thoughts, building up the heat
Walking around creating the suspension

Getting detentions
Not fulfilling their intentions
Being lazy these days
Not choosing their ways

Want to get their A*s
It's because of the environment
They're restrained behind bars
You think they should have sentiment

You're forcing them to do consistently well
By saying 'If not then go to hell! '
But they are better than the class
They will always surpass

Walking through the alleyway seeing fearful gangs
All night you hear them go BANG! BANG!
They are nothing but a bunch of orangutans
If the police came, they would've ran

If parents just misjudged their child
Everyday they will start to go wild
This will then lead them to getting expelled
Their learning opportunity will get held

You want their grades to be well
For them this is going to be tough
You want them to exceed and excel
One day their reply will be 'ENOUGH! '

They will start to rebel
About what they want and what they should receive
It about 'Rights'in a nutshell
So gangsters you mus' leave!

I just want everyone to be united
Poverty to be righted, torture to be lighted
Violence is ended and child abuse is smited.
Everyone is unique and has an entity

They have an ethnicity, a nationality
A distinctive personality and a unique sexuality

This is what uncovers the truth of the youth!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Sunday, December 22, 2013
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