Control The Narrative ~ #WDYS 132

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I cannot control your blind eyes to see me as human, even when you see me behind these bars.

I am a man, a friend, a brother, a son, a husband, an uncle, a cousin, a co-worker, a volunteer, and a human.

Society doesn’t like what it cannot control, so I challenge you to think harder and deeper than those that only see my skin.

The world is changing, and it’s not for the better; however, the ball is in your court to control the narrative around the peacefulness and unification of the human species.

Follow me and gain the proper level of control in a country full of division for I can lead the way, and I welcome you to join me on a journey of humanitarianism.

We are all one.

© E.M. Kingston, 2022 ~ All Rights Reserved.

Written for Six Sentence Stories and Sadje’s What Do You See?

24 thoughts on “Control The Narrative ~ #WDYS 132

  1. Fear is a pervasive poison that, of late, seems to be continuously disseminated in copious amounts. Which leads to ignorance. A lethal combination. I agree with you EM, each of us possesses the power to change the narrative.

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