Friends and Enemies – Nifty Fifty (8-28-11)

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In black and white stone

for the equality I stood for,

I watch with intent eyes

at mixtures of passerby’s

Citizens of many races

point and glance my way

And I think to myself -

I’ll remember not

my enemies words

but the silent friends

who now flitter by like birds


Prompt for Nifty Fifty

one photo in fifty words


This poem is based on Martin Luther King’s famous words -

“We will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends”

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