Camera Combat Arms (occupy brutality)

Poem by: firephoenix

Summary

to occupy with ones eye is to capture the essence of what one has seen for the world to see.

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Submitted: March 14, 2012

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Submitted: March 14, 2012

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Tall giants looking down

we with linked hands flower bound-

your pepper spray, batons and stun grenades

we call for cameras from the fray

your blood letting brutality

eyes focus for all to see-

we will not let it go unseen.

you behind the scenes

your dictators new-democracy

paying police and military

with funded crude oil

you heart is black and full of toil

we will catch you, cruelty,

for our strength is unity

we will not let it go unseen!

with your advancing defenses

fences against the defenseless

withdraw your political hit men-

we will challenge again and again

we will not let it go unseen.

pieces of paper, charter, bill,

our rights suppressed

while you freely kill

let us address

by lens snipers will

we will not let it go unseen!

 

 


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Camera Combat Arms (occupy brutality)

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Genre: Poetry

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to occupy with ones eye is to capture the essence of what one has seen for the world to see.
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