They Will March
They will march together in unity,
With a proving they disagree...
To injustices done to them,
In their own communities.
Communities torn apart by selfisness and greed.
And a truth unfaced.
With no wish for it to see.
Few seeds are continually planted,
To safeguard the growth and to respect...
All aspects of their diversity with identities protected.
Or shown with a proudness that reflects,
A pride and dignity...
To accept and not reject.
They will march together in collective unity.
And they will fight against whomever they dislike,
If it is suggested they should self examine...
Why they can come together to march,
But can not support the doing of each other's deeds.
Or accept with belief...
They have brought upon themselves their own grief.