| words that get in your teeth

by Poetry Slay

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They stormed the building,

but no one stopped them,

bent on the lies their leader keeps on feeding them,

as they reeked with determination to overturn the results.

No one was hurt,

not a single bullet or tear gas went their way;

it was a violent protest,

yet they treated it as though it was a tea party,

but none of them were a George Floyd or Breonna Taylor,

it was evident, white supremacy at its best;

as they continue to rely on the lies their leader continues to feed them.

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