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A Perfect Reflection

If ever a building Represented Decisions made within, Pristine, White like lynch mobs, Marbled, With the ghosts of Jim Crow, Of race-based airs of superiority And victimization It is this one: The Lurlene Wallace Building Capitol of Montgomery

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Imagine Frozen as a statue Soul locked within Never uttering a word To those who gaze upon you Imagine Suppressing your opinion Always mute Even when asked Imagine the loneliness Imagine Trapped in stone Forever copyright  2018 Christine Robinson (slightly … Continue reading

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