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He came like fire!
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Last edited: Monday, January 11, 2010
Posted: Saturday, October 24, 2009

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( In the book Much Props by Harold M. Nash )

It wasn't until he came and went - that we knew God's son was sent - from the Heaven to the earth. Atlanta Georgia was his birth.

Stevie Wonder soon would sing - happy birthday Martin King. He came to earth to set us free. He gave his life in Tennessee. He put together a pro black team. Then he shouted " I have a dream! "

He laid it down down so damn thick. He told the klan that they were sick.

He shook the world with his remarks - then stood up for Rosa Parks. Heavy things he spoke and wrote. The laws did change so blacks could vote.

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