A poem about Hong-Kong protests

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Amongst the screams and shouts I close my eyes,

I remember the past and the happiness,

I imagine the future and the sadness,

If I keep protesting, maybe they'll listen,

Amongst the screams and shouts I close my eyes,

I remember the last election and al the flags waving with joy,

I imagine the damaging affect of communism,

If I keep protesting, maybe they'll listen.

This is a biased poem on a protester who is trying so hard for people to listen to him and he is reflecting on the past.

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