When Truth Shall March
Pride speaks loudest, for it seeks to rule
But Truth stands firm even in the face of fools.
Insolent rebelion will make right what is wrong,
Demanding freedoms where no Responsibility belongs.
Warped misconceptions marching boldly down our streets,
Imposing their distorted views, neither ashamed nor discreet.
But in the end these vagrant Lies will soon be exposed
When Truth shall march in triumph and the Judge says 'Case Closed.'
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