Treasure Island

Mark Victor Hayden

(3-4-59 / Pontiac Mi)

Running Out


Time is running out for the world. i can't let them take over my soul
I only wished my soldier's was free. have them living inside of a Prison. place's of darkness and sorrow. we have to take a stand. They won't peace for the world while we fall a victom to brutality
The dream i have is unity for all people. the bloodshed of my people
Will they turn away from peace and love? will hatred lead to more
Violence in the street's. can we give love a chance? love for the
Brother's who alway's suffered from the system.

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013

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