We

We the marginalised, we who dream

We the forgotten, we who hope

We who are not seen, we who see

Let this flight from wonder be resisted

We who are downtrodden, though we can see the stars

We who are of no value, though our humanity is rich

We the constantly knocked down, who get back to our feet

May the flame never be extinguished

We who are ignored, but we who are awake

We take strength from each other to see the struggle through

We may sometimes falter but it’s we who will persist

We who have but a world to win

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