At Fault

“It’s all your fault,” says the orange guy that owes millions of dollars.
“It’s all your fault,” says the big guy who poisons our rivers.
“It’s all your fault,” says the guy who can’t defend our rights.
“It’s all your fault,” says the guy who declares the wars.
“It’s all your fault,” says the guy who pollutes our air.
“It’s all your fault,” says the Facebook comment.

Your blames are set through our faults.
Your debts are set through burden that halts.

But beyond the pointing, the rhetoric, the blame,
There lies a chance for a collective aim.

To heal the wounds, to cleanse the tide,
To shape a future where we all abide.

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