Guest Blog: Steven Renderos is the Media Justice Organizer for Main Street Project. Starve for what they never provide, Make me wonder how we ever survive My hero's not yours, you probably arrested Your schools probably neglected them, they small thoughts you probably infected them, Feed us what you feed us you can lay us next to them. Ya feel me? Whether it's a song, a poem, a letter or even simply a conversation, there are moments of immense lyrical power that speak to our experiences in direct ways. They're articulated in a way that makes it seem like there's no other way of saying the same thing.