Alex Fischer

(01/10/1992 / North Little Rock, Arkansas)

The Oppressionist


There’s a man who oppresses
You can tell by the way he dresses
That he cleans up all of his messes
Whenever he oppresses

Prejudice is what he does
Against all mankind who isn’t like him
The same skin color or bite size
He’s the man who oppresses
And he never makes second guesses
About who he oppresses

They call him the oppressionist
The man who commits
Prejudice
That’s what he does to live
And there’s not one day that he won’t miss
Of being an oppressionist

He’ll yell at you if your hair’s not like his
He’ll persecute you if you aren’t perfect
For this oppressionist
Will disregard anyone who’s not like him

Submitted: Friday, July 16, 2010

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