We belong

We belong
We belong in a different world
Our heritage never goes wrong
We belong making sugar canes
That we share in our own veins
Where do you belong?

Whatever we deny or
For worse
Or for best
We all belong

We belong
And we’re strong
We stand
With a straight face
We walk with a pace

Through the fields
Full of brown crops
Blending into one another
We stand by our mothers
We belong to our great grandmothers

We belong to the roots of trees
We belong to the crops

Pops told me stories
Of where we belong
Hearing the times
Of all the crimes
People were doing
During my bedtime

Imagination of where
We are told
We belong
To segregation
To slavery
In their fields

The obligations
The temptations
In all the nations

We belong in different societies
And they are varieties
In the end
We belong as one

We belong
To our ancestors
We belong
To the world

We belong somewhere
To the lost
To the broken
To the depressed
To the angry
To the empty
To the hateful
To the hopeless

Who knew
That one day
We’ll actually realize
Where we belong

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