LET ME

LET ME
Lord, let me be the kind of person
who holds Ruby Bridges’ hand
To offer my seat to Rosa Parks
To shelter Ann Frank
To step in front of a baton
meant to beat an old Jewish woman
in 1939
Let me walk with Dr. King
and hold up my arms
at the dying of a student
at Kent State
Let me do more than hope
Let me do more than wish
Let me do more
Let me
Let me be the change.

Kathy Keogh

 

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