An Ode to Ahmaud

A poem

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A couple of weeks ago, we watched as three evil and racist individuals were found pronounced guilty of Ahmaud Aubrey’s murder. They thought they would get away with this and not serve a day in jail for a lynching in bright daylight. Instead, an otherwise sunny day ended with a young black man bleeding out his life on the pavement. All of his dreams and aspirations were blown away with the blast of a shotgun. The pickup…

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I am a southern writer and teacher living in the midwest. I focus on education, poetry, and fiction. I am an award-winning playwright. estaciousw1914@yahoo.com

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Estacious(Charles White)

Estacious(Charles White)

I am a southern writer and teacher living in the midwest. I focus on education, poetry, and fiction. I am an award-winning playwright. estaciousw1914@yahoo.com

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