Poems by Josh Brown


a poem by Josh Brown

Senior Year
Last of your High School Career

What Is Their To Accomplish
If you Don’t Even Try and Push

The Laws followed so Obediently
…….your conformity

Victory, Rises our spirits
Victory, Exposes our Secrets
Victory, Makes us Strong
You Cannot stop me from singing this song

Life is too short to be told what to do
Especially when its from someone like you

Face of Authority
Digs a hole so cowardly

Victory, From the power of thought
Victory, Could never be forgot

Victory, is Mine and what you say
Will Not move me either way

Try as you will to stop me
I’m your worst enemy

It took this long to get here
Now you see we are sincere.



a poem by Josh Brown

Who am I to complain
People would die for what I contain
Filled up the eyes with pride
But there is no respect for my side
Nothing but oppression of thought
Soon the spider will poison the bug it caught
Shadows seen in parking lots
These people don’t have pain or thoughts

Broken Heart
A Fighting Parent
A Starving Immigrant
A Life Less Eminent
Lack of belief
A strong believer
A little flu
A major fever
Join the fight,
Don’t just hover
Kill the White,
Name no Color
Equality for All,
Oppression of None
Free the Borders,
Join as One

Remember the web that we must spin
Slowly as these words soak in

I cannot feel the pain of refugees
I cannot feel the racism of the nazis
I cannot feel the struggle for success
But I’m trying to do my best