Dimitri Jagodinski


Fear Mongers...What have we done? Nothing


We see the news and watch in fear
Sad times everywhere
What have we done?
Nothing
I say what have we done?
Nothing
We turn our heads and walk away.
Out of fear we have nothing to say
We let the fear mongers control our lives
When they walk our way we bow down and hide
We need to stand up
Never to give up
We need to believe in each other
We need to help others
Inspire the meek
Take care of the weak
Once we unite
The bullies of the world will take off in flight
They lie, cheat, steal and kill.
Why? Because we let them have freewill
We can change that today not waiting for tomorrow
We must stand up and let them know
We love this world and are now in control.
God does not want us to cower and lose hope
Hang our lives on a rope
He gave us faith to be strong
To choose right and fight the wrong
In God we can trust
With love and unity we can be victorious
And the fear mongers will face their defeat
Then we will have a world where we can sleep with peace

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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  • Poetheart Morgan (10/15/2013 11:16:00 AM)

    The problem is not the drug itself but, think with me....Drugs always existed in this world but the man's propension to it is the real problem. They need to go to obscure place and there rest.
    Sad is not? ? ? ?
    Very good poem (Report) Reply

  • Queeny Gona (10/15/2013 9:31:00 AM)

    Awareness stirring poem. You have penned it well! Voted 10+ for such a beautiful concept... (Report) Reply

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