A Revolution

I tried to ignore it, but my parental uniform said no,

The headmaster was wrong and I had to show,

The error in his judgment and the anger let out,

From the parents and kids in a majority negative shout,

So I joined the school mutiny and plotted and surveyed,

Speaking to all about the undemocratic decision that was made,

And the shout that I had heard became as loud as thunder,

But the headmaster was still deaf to his major blunder,

And although he has agreed to a meeting to meet us,

Where he will listen and where we can discuss,

The headmaster will not bend, because he is the boss,

Unwilling to show that he may have erred and lost,

So kids learn the lesson that it’s not about right or wrong,

But about who holds the power and then blindly hanging on.

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