The Top Of The Peak

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Think who you support when ye shout, he is marvelous
Feel who thee trust when thou sayth, he is our leader
No leader would lead himself to the aloneness
Ye, thou, thee, and you, aye, all of ye art leaders

[Chorus:]
Everybody wants to jump to the top of the peak
But thee tell me, what happened in Egypt
They taught us that never again shall we do like them
But thee want to jump to the top of the peak

I tell thee that it is wonderful to have our histories being told
But why lie? When alone in a nation, only that nation knows
But when it reaches to the world where all the nations can know
We can ask what is this history when ye stole a nation from them
Or a time of Rome Empire, where they used to rule, lots of them
Oh, some of ye have heard what happened in Egypt
How Pharaoh treated Jews for four hundred years
Oh, who ye believe when ye read an oppression’s books of the history

[Chorus:]
Everybody wants to jump to the top of the peak
But thee tell me, what happened in Egypt
They taught us that never again shall we do like them
But thee want to jump to the top of the peak

Every continent has its histories
But a sad problem that lies in mankind
They told you that they wanted you to believe
They told you to remember of your supremacy
They told you that they need you to live their dreams
They told you everything that you don’t know more
Such a sad figure to rule such a nation
But remember what happened in Egypt
Oh, aye, remember what happened to every oppression
They would rule for a long time but they always end the same
An oppression’s nation would become a judgment then resolve
Time for an oppression’s lie’s privilege to be reckoned

©️ Ismael Mansoor

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This Engrained Heart

I am a Deaf male, and I write what comes my mind. I have been creatively writing since 2010, and from there has been growing my excitement and passionate for my poetry and writing.

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