I'll meet you at the end of the line Where the light is bright. I'll wait for you in my favourite seat And sit patiently for you arrive. Then we can count the rays of the setting sun And list the ways of the hunter's moon. We'll recount our bracing of the Detroit wall In facing the fall with raised hands To lift the remains once again into strength And accept the staining ink Upon the papers I wrote from memory When our brothers raised hands To break another barrier to freedom And we crossed the rainbow bridge to white Space ahead and find that the brightest light Is at the end of the line.
Rosa Park, American civil rights activist, was born today in 1913. Her birthday is celebrated as Rosa Parks Day in California and Missouri.
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