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Never Let The Genocide Be Forgotton:

Updated on September 27, 2011

In the middle of the road,

where we stand looking to find our way home,

Should we go North or South,

or should we go West,

No matter where this road lead us,

It's not for the best.

It's hot long journey bumpy, rocky road,

They burnt down our village,

Destroy our crops,

They rape our sisters,

kidnapped our mothers

As our brothers watch.

Slaughters our fathers like pigs,

We are running from our lands,

Now in the middle of the road,

Wondering what next,

Look down upon us Lord Jesus,

You certainly knows what best,

Show us the way home,

Day and night we travel

Our aching feet bleed,

Our stomach growl with hunger,

As our siblings cry

But it is not wise to rest.

The sound of guns shot echoes

From miles and miles away,

We can see smoke fills the air,

Hatred, paranoia, corruption,

 What going on in Sudan,?

Never let the genocide be forgotten,

Does anybody cares!!

Look down upon us Lord Jesus,

This is not fear,

Our Nation have failed us,

This suppose to be the promise, land,

We are your chosen people,

Why us, why we, why!!!oh why.

Why Mia, Am -me Eli-Beth and me?"

Give us a sign, gave us some water,

to quench our thirst,...

Give us a sense of knowing,

that tomorrow, somewhere, somehow,

Lord have mercy,

Please protect us through the night

My sister and l are so terrify,

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      Annie 5 years ago from NewYork

      Please do not let forget those who need us the most......

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      Annie 7 years ago from NewYork

      Thank you for commenting Micky Dee

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      Micky Dee 7 years ago

      This is very reaching. It's truth. It's pain. "Silence is betrayal".