By Bridget Anim
I kid you not! There was a person who had no heart or soul
Bitter, heartless, despicable much like a troll
Your money, possessions this person would take and make you lack
Strip all your clothes right off your back
I’m serious, this person had no limits, that I can bet
Anyone come up with a name yet?
It’s cool, let’s see if this definition is revealing
Cause this person is quite cunning and a bit concealing
The state of being inferior in quality or insufficient in amount
The state of being poor
That’s the topic of interest POVERTY enough has been said.
Ever had that moment, where you have a vision that no one else sees? You just Want to change the world, make it a better place?
Improve it and make it worth the living space?
Especially when this happens in the shower and makes you feel like you’re on a mission
Well, when you step out of the shower, leave behind that vision and sudden empowerment. You left all the knowledge and power in the shower.
Kind of like playing a game of bingo, you get a bingo and don’t shout it out
At the end of the game, you claim to have had a bingo. Who’s not going to look at you without doubt?
They’ll probably be like: you mean to say you had a bingo this whole entire time, sat there and let it remain in your head? Didn’t act upon it, nothing was said.
How can poverty be used to facilitate social change?
And not make a persistent person who’s compassionate about social change look deranged?
A person thinking that they’re better than everyone else full of arrogance & pride
Then they act all oblivious, lies! They’re way on the negativity side
Poverty can facilitate social change, by establishing that materialistic objects, will never define you.
Each person is unique, wouldn’t you say so? I think it’s true.
I still need to expand upon my answer, hang in there, I’m approaching a finish
Hopefully everything being said sticks with you and doesn’t diminish
Children, don’t see color, aren’t filled with negativity, innocent beings who are phenomenally pure
The Kingdom of Heaven belong to them, Christ confirmed it, that I am sure
Saw a couple of children playing with legos and these two boys lacked a few legos, they didn’t have enough
Their incomplete lego building looked rough
The other kids didn’t quite notice in the beginning, but realized later on and shared their legos without a fight
It was such a wonderful sight
It wasn’t long until the two boys who lacked legos, build a lovely castle
The other kids quickly noticed the castle and wanted to play with it a bit of a hassle
All is being said is that poverty can facilitate social change if each person willingly
Acts like the other kids with the legos, ignoring financial situations fulfillingly
It only takes one person to stand against maltreatment
Then when forces are joined to produce a solution, there is little lament
Now, what the lego may mean to me may be different to you
But whatever the case may be, it is still a step to making a change too!