1818 – قوة تضامنية

philosophy, Poem, Poetry, thoughts

C2C28535-7928-4E3A-9E53-6021E6C3EE11Raise your voice and speak.
Speak for those without speech, 
stand for those without feet,
cry for those who won’t weep,
fight for those you can’t see
and hope for those who don’t dream.

 

While you love your sons, remember the mothers, while you guide your daughters, don’t forget the brothers.
He whom love left, those abandoned by freedom.
She who’s bombarded with visions, disenfranchised by systems, enamoured by false wisdom, entrapped by mental prisons.


Never forget the voiceless.
For your voices power is reliant on its relationship to the lack there of for others. For the power in your word is plural and of universal consequence.
Never forget the voiceless.
For he who ignores oppression does so at his own peril, as all rights are merely privileges in the face of tyranny.

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