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The Greatest Country in the World
by Layne Brogden

One hundred and forty mass shootings,
Over two hundred lives lost,
One hundred and two days into the year.
We consider ourselves the greatest country in the world,
A country that bans books instead of guns,
Forces women to have children,
Even when their young.
A place people don’t feel safe when leaving home,
Afraid of loaded guns.
How can we say we are the greatest country in the world,

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Haïti Est Humilié et Trahi
by Hébert Logerie

Haïti est un pays
Trahi par ses généraux et ses propres fils
Haïti est harcelé et humilié
Par ses généreux et ses propres alliés
L’argent, la gloire et le pouvoir
Dominent les actualités
Les apatrides veulent avoir
Tout ce qui a de la valeur
Haïti est dans un terrible malheur.


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A Sonnet of 20: Top Dog
by Ayatullah Nurjati

Soon the national event will begin
This is a fact that will be explained, not just a promise but it doesn't make its citizens crazy
The drumbeat of the war of ideas will once again don't create any distance of margin
The emerging political nuances indicate that this country is truly mature in marking its democracy

The citizens of this country must also be smart in choosing their leaders
Even though I'm just like a cricket in the wilderness or like a bay leaf which always becomes a spice when the water is stirred up where delicious side dishes are served and then thrown away when it's accidentally served on the dining table. Well that's the fate of commoners like me
Actually, it's simple to choose a leader, namely someone who is trustworthy and can accommodate our aspirations as their users
Citizens should not only be used when the democratic party starts, but should be protected when they lead as tiers


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My country my pain
by Nancy Altraide

You are my pain and my cure
You are my weakness and my strength
You are my fatherland

But you have treated me like an outcast
A person with no heritage
A person of desolate origin
I believed in you
Like I believed in myself
Yet I failed myself and you failed me

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With a Little Bit of Sass
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

She’s a big city girl
with a little bit of country…
She’s a very funny girl
with a little bit of sass…
Sometimes she’s really sensitive
with a tear drop in her eye…
But she’s a proper girl
whose likes to smoke a little grass…

She’s got great taste in music

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Recent Country Poems
A Sonnet of 20: Top Dog
by Ayatullah Nurjati

Soon the national event will begin
This is a fact that will be explained, not just a promise but it doesn't make its citizens crazy
The drumbeat of the war of ideas will once again don't create any distance of margin
The emerging political nuances indicate that this country is truly mature in marking its democracy

The citizens of this country must also be smart in choosing their leaders
Even though I'm just like a cricket in the wilderness or like a bay leaf which always becomes a spice when the water is stirred up where delicious side dishes are served and then thrown away when it's accidentally served on the dining table. Well that's the fate of commoners like me
Actually, it's simple to choose a leader, namely someone who is trustworthy and can accommodate our aspirations as their users
Citizens should not only be used when the democratic party starts, but should be protected when they lead as tiers


......

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Haïti Est Humilié et Trahi
by Hébert Logerie

Haïti est un pays
Trahi par ses généraux et ses propres fils
Haïti est harcelé et humilié
Par ses généreux et ses propres alliés
L’argent, la gloire et le pouvoir
Dominent les actualités
Les apatrides veulent avoir
Tout ce qui a de la valeur
Haïti est dans un terrible malheur.


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The Greatest Country in the World
by Layne Brogden

One hundred and forty mass shootings,
Over two hundred lives lost,
One hundred and two days into the year.
We consider ourselves the greatest country in the world,
A country that bans books instead of guns,
Forces women to have children,
Even when their young.
A place people don’t feel safe when leaving home,
Afraid of loaded guns.
How can we say we are the greatest country in the world,

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At The Junction
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

There’s a little hotel...
Called the Shady Rest...
At the junction...

Petticoat Junction...

I use watch this TV show...
The girls were pretty, don’t you know...
At the junction...


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My country my pain
by Nancy Altraide

You are my pain and my cure
You are my weakness and my strength
You are my fatherland

But you have treated me like an outcast
A person with no heritage
A person of desolate origin
I believed in you
Like I believed in myself
Yet I failed myself and you failed me

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