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You Cursed My Brothers; Now What!
by Chijike K Ndukwu

Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Events always proved that steroetyping should never see the sun.


You Cursed My Brothers;Now What

You said my brothers are thieves
And I said other people steal too
You frowned that by brothers are fools
And I said we are not the monopoly
You ranted that my brothers patronize lies
And I said people even lied in the bible
You said my brothers are prostitutes of illegality
And I reaffirmed that we never created it
You insisted that we are all rouges
And never to be trusted
I cautioned that it was a callous talk
But now that Ehindaro has stolen
And in chains inside the computer
Whose brother is he?
Now what!

chijike ndukwu

June 16,2007.

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Reviewed by Michelle Mead 6/8/2008
I will never understand racism or belittling and judging others-you have showed here the ignorance of that type of thinking.
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/25/2008
Can't say it any better than what Kathy has said and she is so right.
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 9/20/2007
Let he who is without blemish cast the first stone.

It's easier to beat-up on others than to look within ourselves.
Well written,
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