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A Path to No Where
by Arthur B Wilson Jr.

Monday, July 07, 2003

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A tough path

It will take many years.

I will not happen with certain kinds of people in control.

It is very clear those in control don't want it to happen.

We must make it happen.

It is clear we have been taking the wrong directions.

We still march and protest.

Those from the past put there lives on the line so all the protests would be happening to day.

Do we ever learn?

Some will bow.

Others simpley join and try to be one of them.

There is no glory in sight.

We still have a long way to go.

It seems to be an endless path.

We have gone this path in the wrong direction.

Many problems still exist.

Hard work and unity will solve these problems.

We place our money in the hands of those who try to keep us down.

We still march and protest.

It is a dangerous path.

It is a path that becomes very complicated.

It is in truth a path to no where.

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Reviewed by Birdie Houston 7/8/2003
Great stirring and moving write
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