Beginning of a revolution

Every generation needs a new revolution.

-Thomas Jefferson


Explosive anger

Endless frustration

Thinly veiled rancor

Against domination

Bubbling resentment

Rising to the surface

Anguished predicament

Visible on the face

Cries of protest

Going up in the air

All that they detest

Amalgamated with despair

They are ready to struggle

They are willing to die

In this unequal tussle

Between classes low and high

Fanning a destructive fire

Of a bloody revolution

Fueled by a thirsty desire

To achieve a resolution

Of the conflicts of the land

With inequality everywhere

Justice lies buried in sand

The common man cries for his share.

Published by iheart11

A 30-something year old woman, physician by profession, fiercely passionate about work, family, travel and fashion..

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