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 If The Constitution Should Crumble Inspirational Poems 6/21/2018
 Stir The Water Insight 6/20/2018
 Rap To The Rhyme And Rhyme For A Reason Inspirational Poems 6/19/2018
 I Think Therefore I Write Poetry Love 6/18/2018
 Life's Force Inspiration Inspirational Poems 6/18/2018
 Footsteps In The Corridor Inspirational Poems 6/18/2018
 Better Days Are Coming Inspirational Poems 6/15/2018
 A Breif Look At Mario Vitale Poetry Insight 6/15/2018
 A Passing Yawn Inspirational Poems 6/15/2018
 A Proud Woman Spiritual Poems 6/15/2018
 Sea Stacks Insight 6/15/2018
 The Temptress Inspirational Poems 6/15/2018
 The Orb Inspirational Poems 6/13/2018
 Learn To Treasure Inspirational Poems 6/11/2018
 Lines Being Drawn In The Sand Inspirational Poems 6/11/2018
 Gravity Insight 6/11/2018
 Relax Love 6/11/2018
 Blind Leaders Of The Blind Insight 6/11/2018
 The Melting Pot Mature Audience 6/11/2018
 Sally The Princess Love 6/11/2018
 Until The Fat Lady Sings Mature Audience 6/10/2018
 Awake Love 6/10/2018
 Weightless Tapestry Dedications 6/10/2018
 Three Newest Pieces By Mario W. Vitale Mature Audience 6/9/2018
 One Toke Over The Line Mature Audience 6/8/2018
 Bob Ross And Trees Inspirational Poems 6/7/2018
 A Beautiful Butterfly Dedications 6/6/2018
 I'm On Fire Mature Audience 6/6/2018
 Words Inspirational Poems 6/5/2018
 The Magnificance Of Christ Inspirational Poems 6/4/2018
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If The Constitution Should Crumble

Charles Manson wanted to start the race war but he died
Malcom X was philosphical in his approach to civil right
Martin Luther King Jr did his amazing thing
Trump wants to build a wall that know it all
but i'm going old school on you to the days of Thomas Jefferson
there was never anny second guessing to what they were professing
our founding fathers stood for freedom but today we see it another way
no one takes the time out to ever bow the knee to pray
Some for the sake of choice kill their innocent in the mothers womb
I'm 47 and it still hurts to clean my room
in borrowed basement rules their stands out a jewel
David Karesh in Waco Texas & Jim Jones in Jones Town

if the constitution should crumble like Fred was with Barney Rubble
Russia is in our scope but Russia couldn't cop

we need to stand for the flag not be the fag
It's our God given right to confide in our senators, legislators & government officials.
Mark the one willing to arise to the occasion and be brave in service to the greatest country USA
look Mark Spitz in the eye for his many gold medals
put the peddle to the metal
if the constitution should crumble at least we have each other

George Washington planted a tree in spite of the mockery
living out his legacy we got fields of hip hop scenes
Kanye West with his bipolar being put to the test
lest I rest in the biggest contest known to man you all understand
It's your God given right to pledge the American flag stand up & be counted

ever since the playing field on Ellis Island to teach us all a lesson start professing
Our dear lady shines brighter ever present on a crystal cool day to parade
in spite of all our differences we could put our faith in action
I'm asking that we come together no matter what the weather
let us stake our claim and treasure the works to surrender
it's in the faint of song or the young fawn on the lawn
the part at which we all belong is the name of that song

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