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    dots Submission Name: March to the Blockdots
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    Author: HisNameIsNoMore
    ASL Info:    28 - Male - Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    2.98 - 75/191/246
    Words: 141
    Class/Type: Poetry/
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    dotsMarch to the Blockdots
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    I never thought myself a savior,
    but I live in the gravity
    and shadow
    of a shared history –
    I know we left behind
    explanations
    unfurled like smoke
    in a privileged mouth.

    I aimlessly drift apart,
    thoughts to be complete.
    Liquid Paper cannot transcend
    what has happened –
    so why trade
    what blood has spilled
    for what was changed in ink?

    I fade between lines
    of me and we –
    aware of cracks and follies
    of society.
    These thoughts, like vermin
    slide through the grease and grime
    to feast
    on those victimized;
    on those maligned.

    Damn your rebellion,
    battle flag, God and heritage –
    even now, absent of the modern mind
    I look to the past
    to discover how people erased
    choose to survive.

    Sherman marched to the sea
    burning all
    the execution block
    could not reach.




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