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It's a Global thing!

Words United: It's Global Union through creativity. We seek to enlighten each of our experiences around the whole world.
Words United, inspired by Louisiana Words (louisianawords.blogspot.com), seeks to push creative unity on the global scale. It is encouraged this way to help educate experiences insides and outside our mainland. Of course, this blog is in no way meant to make others feel they cannot participate. Even if you are not American please submit your words and expand this site into whatever direction necessary to enlighten the world. We don't have to be competitors; we could be family. If you are interested in submitting or asking questions: 1. You may email louisianawords@gmail.com 2. You may submit work via message to the Words United Facebook Page.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Trans-Awesome (Louis Toliver Jr.-USA/Austin, Texas)

We are reality, haters can't dismiss 
Trans women and Trans men stand 
Reject all of ignorance's fake bliss
Fools' brains only sell for a grand 

We, genders, are finally set free 
Invented at the birth of human life 
Come spirits pick up your fife 

Let's lead into to that bright future 
Trans men and Trans women stand 
Build our dreams on American land 
Any soul knows all genders suture 

We, men, we, women, not subhuman 
We are Trans-Awesome, superhuman 

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Just Do It (Louis Toliver Jr.-USA/Austin, Texas)

Just do it 
Get through it 
Put our minds right to it

Don't stop
Don't drop 
We the cream of the crop

Don't be jelly 
Pop your belly
All that hate is just so smelly 

Don't get whack 
Stop that crack 
We the leaders of the pack 

Thursday, February 12, 2015

War (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

Hate victimized another brother 
I'm not sure how to tell Mother 
And Father too, that he is dead 
I remember Mother always said 
Two wrongs never make right 
No need to kill to show might

To violence, it's best to say no 
Don't always go with the flow
Take the road less traveled 
Don't let fear get you unraveled 
After the bombs explode and settle 
And all we are left with is metal 
If war succeeds in its mission
Joined by hate, a dangerous ambition
War can be our worst nightmare
Leaving next generations in despair 
War, what is it really good for? 
Absolutely nothing but tragic gore 

Sunday, February 8, 2015

How to Start a Family (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

There once was a boy or girl (whatever is fitting to you)
Who had no parents nor family and felt very blue
He or she dreamed of love from others that was never had
The feeling of loneliness consumed this child’s mind really bad

You see, this child parents neglected him or her with no good reason
Because they couldn’t handle how this child’s life would seem like treason
This child appeared superficially different to them on the outside
Even though much like his or her parents was the soul on the inside

This lonely child wondered from foster home to foster home
Adopted then rejected, destined on this earth to aimlessly roam
The is boy or girl wondered why she had been born and not aborted
Since her parents never wanted him or her, their family values distorted

Neither I nor anyone else could ever understand why this child was unloved
Why are so many children requesting to be themselves pushed and shoved?
One day I found this child walking towards me, head held low in melancholy
I instantly ran to the child, hugging much love to reject the parents’ folly

The child looked up to me as I looked down to him or her, us both with tears
He or she told me that he or she wasn’t wanted and had come true all fears
I embraced the child passionately to instill sense of sincere self-worth
And a mother or father to him or her I should be and thus a family was birth

Friday, February 6, 2015

Fashion Your Self-(Louis Toliver Jr.-USA/Austin, Texas)

(A Renaissance Poem)

Move up 
Move down
Trust God
Don't drown

Go left 
Go right 
Just breathe 
Don't fight 

Reject all hate 
Bridge our powers 
In the world 
Love is ours

All God's genders 
All God's races 
Fashion your self
Have smiling faces 

Sunday, February 1, 2015

The High Road (R.E) (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

My high road leads to                                    
and that’s the center

of my universe

not another human being.

American Like Me (A.E.) (Louis Toliver Jr-USA/Austin, Texas)

(Formerly Known as "Black Like Me")

Hispanics speak Spanish to me
Airports are afraid I’m a Muslim
Blacks think I sound like a white person
Most just have no clue what the hell I am

Maybe I just might be

Though, my birth certificate
Says I’m black
When you look at me,
Can you tell?

Is that too much to ask
That I just be American?

I feel sorry for the children
That are black like me
Too scared to love the ones they love
Growing up, told to pick sides

Children stumble when they can’t 
Bubble in “American” on a standardized test

I don’t know anymore
What white is than black
And when I was child
I always just thought they were crayons

But now, I know damn well
There is no crayon called “American”