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is still uttered in the world
Who would have surmised
That going into the 21st Century
we would still need the word
          Emancipation?

Emancipation exploded in my mind.
Emancipation, that's the way it goes.
I'm not going to be your slave anymore.

Emancipation, since the beginning of time.
Emancipation, I'm going to make them mine.
The Greeks, Romans, Persians, Islam,
           throughout the world.

Emancipation, freedom, free, to be.
Emancipation, shackle, yoke, you and me.
Escape is impossible to survive.
Evasion, hiding, dodging to remain alive.

Evil, devilry, ugly, destructive, ruinous
disastrous, calamitous describe slavery.
The British, French, Dutch, Spanish
Portuguese, Americans and other nations
          made it's lucrative plea.

It wasn't until Lincoln's Proclamation
and the 13th Amendment that the U.S.
          claimed to be free.

Emancipation


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