#Cyberpeacefare #Rap Song Lyrics Challenge

CYBERPEACE RAP SONG LYRIC CHALLENGE

Need take My Cyberpower in my fingers, in my thumbs, in my hands

On my smart phone, on my tablet, on my laptop

Need express My Outrage over human decapitations. 

World is spinning round in chaos and terrorism

Cannot standby Indifferent ! Powerless !

Need Exprress My CyberPower !

Need Become CyberPeaceCitizen !

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 17, 2014 at 8:50am

Death and destruction all around 

Can't be oblivious, indifferent

Up you and me usall

Take my cyberpower in my hands

On our smartphones, on our tablets, on our laptops

Contribute an idea, a few lines, a verse

Now !,  Now  !,  Now !

C'mon,!,  C'mon !, C'mon !

(Thanks ! Valentine for your contribution.  C'mon GEN members - Need your creations ?  Al)

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 11, 2014 at 9:17am

Cmon ! Cmon Cmon !

Pollution on the Earth

The sea, ocean and the lagoon

Pollution on the air

The  heavy and light industries

Nuclear and chemical energy

But renewable energy better still

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon  !

Desertification in the Sahara

Tidal waves in the ocean

The Earth becoming increasingly naked

A need for a cover

Planting a tree today

The enduring cover

Worthy action far more than possessing Gold and Diamond

A moral obligation

Respect the Earth

Feel the Earth on you feet

Up U ! Me !  Us All !

Lets make the Earth a better place

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon !

Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 11, 2014 at 7:24am

C"mon  C"mon  C"mon

Hatred is taught ! C"mon

Babies not born with Hatred

"Why can't we all get along ?"

"Please tell me why"  Hatred ?

C'mon !  C"mon !  C'mon !

Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 11, 2014 at 6:43am

C'mon !  C;mon  !  C'mon !

Valentine's got the beat ! ! !

The CyberPeace Tsunami

The Drop of Rain; the Butterfly

C"mon !  C'mon !  C'mon !

Get those fingers and thumbs going !

Now ! Up U and Me, Us All

"We are the world"

Let's try a little to make it better

C'mon !  C!mon  C!mon !

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 11, 2014 at 5:40am

Poverty hunger and melancholia every where

Damage far beyond bullet and gun powder

Damage an insidious killer

Terrorizing and De-humanizing humanity

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon  !

Homelessness and destitution every where

Every man woman and child in anguish

Gnashing of teeth young and old

Hoping for a better life and condition

A beckon on humanitarianism

Up U ! Me ! Us All !

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon !

Refugee camps growing every where

Like a seed pod releasing its contents

Insanity of humanity

Camps overstretched

Bitterness and sorrow live with humanity

Every man woman and child

Insanity of humanity

Let there be peace on earth by U ! Me ! Us All !

Cmon ! Cmon Cmon !

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 10, 2014 at 10:53am

Put aside indifference

And make a difference

Though little it may be

It goes a long way for the good of living beings

Up U and Me ! U All !

Cmon ! Cmon ! Comon !

Moreso in the 21st Century

So is  digital technology and the penchant drive for global peace

Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with Me and you 3rd, 4rth...

On  thumbs and fingers

On smartphones and laptops

Then the tidal waves

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon !

Comment by Christina De Wet on September 10, 2014 at 9:03am

Hallo

Thanks for the post and working together to stop the murder of innocent civilians globally. My heart is very sad today because of all the yesterdays and tomorrow. So many deaths .... for what and whom?

Please think before you follow murderers blindly. Is it ok to say God loves you no matter what other people say or think about you? Can we start taking the crime out of the criminals please?

<> = 0. Cosmos Flowers.

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 10, 2014 at 8:11am

Sound Off !  Sound Off !  Sound Off !

Peace !  Paix !  Pax !

Pay ! Salaam !  Shalom !

Sound Off !  C'mon !

Up U and Me !  Us All ! 

Sound Off !  C'mon !

"Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me"

(Peace needs to start with me.1st and u 2nd, then a tsunami.)

Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 9, 2014 at 12:01pm

Be like Muhammad Ali

"Float like a butterfly

Sting like a bee"

Cmon ! Cmon ! Cmon !

Get those peace jabs in

Up U and Me Us All

Jihad for Peace

C;mon ! C"mon C'mon

Chaos out there ! String theory !

State of entropy ! Need peace tsunami !

C'mon ! C'mon C'mon

Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 8, 2014 at 7:08am

Chaos out there, everywhere

Death and destruction

Innocent slaughter, Decapitation

Religious hatred. Blowing up Mosques

C'mon ! C'con ! C'mon !

Jihad ! means "struggle"

Evil Jihad Everywhere

Need Good Jihad starting Somewhere

Enough Insanity, We are all Humanity

C'mon ! C'mon ! C'mon !

Need express our Outrage

Up you and me us all

Nobody else will, (I well know)

Get those fingers and thumbs going

C'mon ! C'mon ! C'mon !

Chaos Theory, Butterfly Effect 

We are the butterflies

We need flutter our finger wings and 

Try to cause a" World Peace Tsunami"

(Feel free to: add verses, hitch hike/brainstorm on any of the above verses. c'mon ! al)

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