African Americans scream equal rights.Those of Spanish descent
agree with their fight.
The women at work yell we want equal pay.
even the gays in this country want their own way.

But if you want to see equality,
go down to your local shelter at night.
Your race has no bearing on which bunk your assigned.
Your all then woke up and kicked out before light.

Your all treated equal no one different or better.
You eat the same food and all live together.
you make the same wage, minimum wage is the rate.
Even the clothes that you wear are from the same place.

So when your sitting at home by a nice cozy fire,
enjoying the company of your family and friends.
And you start to complain that life's so unfair.
remember the homeless, and be thankful your there.

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