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Jan 2013
Intolerant to Tolerance

(Poem by Serenus)

They tolerate your gayness

You should be so glad

That they’re not indifferent to your difference

They’re not the one’s calling you Fg

They tolerate your blackness


They’re much bigger

In their minds

They’re colorblind

They’ve never uttered

The word N

They tolerate your religion



And Christians

Believe what you want to believe

They tolerate your decision

They tolerate your opinion

They tolerate your facts

They tolerate your voice

They even let you talk back

They can stomach you as a person

Isn’t that honorable?

Doesn’t it feel great…

To be so tolerable?

We all need to pull together

And strive to be prosperous

It’s time to move forward

And be intolerant to tolerance.
Serenus Raymone
Written by
Serenus Raymone  Cleveland OH
(Cleveland OH)   
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