2:45 to 2:53, he expressed his worries about his mother (the country) and will they survive this condition or not. That is what he is not sure if he believes in or not. "Write a poem at least for the ones like me. We are just like you, but you'll never see our face on your screen. No, you'll never see, you'll never see, you will never…" It was the last sentence of his poem from 3:14 to 3:40. He skillfully used repetition as his last sentences which kept telling that people who are watching away from the war, do not ultimately care about the people who are stuck in a war. He wanted to say that people are all the same (which means they all have human rights, but for whom in war, these rights have been taken from them). He complained about the fact that people want to avoid paying attention to the unfair reality happening in some countries and being ignored by those who know nothing about their conditions. He also used
rhythm in these lines. References Dec 31 – 9:00 PM, et al. “Summer Slam 2010.” Eventful , . “SPEAKout Summer Slam.” Canadiary Canadian Events , . “Summer Slam at The Royal Ontario Museum.” Speakout Poetry , 8 Aug. 2010, .
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