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Is History repeating itself?
Clamor for Change by Catherin Elizabet Belle
 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: April 19, 2011      Views: 772

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Catherin Elizabet Belle, also a pseudonym. She is retired. She enjoys living in Florida where there is plenty of sea, sun and sand.

Ms Belle enjoys her research and creating poetry, novels, and short stories.

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The populace clamored for change
The summons rang throughout the land
The itchy fungus rode the range
The clamor sang from every band.
Change! Change! Change!
We must have change!

Romans razing European land
Found death in avarice and lust.
England forced debtors from their land
Many starving souls beg bread's crust.

Patriots warring with England
Deny taxation's evil thrust.
Spiritual freedom in prayer grand
The pilgrims bowed in reverent trust.

German woes begged a helping hand
As Hitler's marionettes broke trust.
Cuba's isle whispered to the sand
And tyrant Castro ruled with gust.

Angry words span our native land
While discontent dances in dust.
Time reaches toward the midnight hand
As Noxious echoes ravage trust.

Satan's dominions rape this land
Stealing right to bear arms unjust;
Denying rights to bless our land
Raises a free men's valiant thrust;

Pride of country touches the sand
Patriot's throbbing heart robust;
With love grand United we stand,
God's guidance democracy's must.

Greed and lust a slippery slope,
Deadly virus rapes freedom's range.
The sin of avarice stealing hope,
The Stars and stripes tattered from change.
Change! Change! Change!
What is the price of change?


Author Notes
History is beneficial if society learns from it. Yet, invariably the lessons to be learned seem to fall on deaf ears. Thank you flitsch for the use of "Turmoil."
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