Saiom Shriver

Veteran Poet - 4,174 Points (Ohio)

God Bless All

God bless
the Polish of Chicago
the Puerto Ricans of the Bronx
the Serbians of Cleveland
the Cubans of Miami
the Mexicans of Phoenix
the Lebanese of Detroit
the Irish of Boston
the English of Charleston
the Asian Indians of Washington
the Palestinians of Toledo
the Chinese of San Francisco
the Syrians of Dearborn
the Czechs of Stamford
the Japanese of Hawaii
the Scotch of Burlington
the French Canadians of Portland
the Native Americans everywhere
the Swedes of Minneapolis
the Norwegians of Pierre
the Spanish of Tampa
the Germans of Cincinnati
the Haitians of Baltimore
the Jews of Brooklyn
the Jamaicans of New Orleans
the Vietnamese of Arlington
the Portuguese of Providence
the Italians of Philadelphia
the Russians of Seattle
the Guatemalans of San Antonio
the Koreans of Denver
the Greeks of Stamford
the Nigerians of Queens
the Turks of Los Angeles
the Iranians of Philadelphia
the Afghans of San Jose
the Somalians of Columbus

God bless the bees
who take the nectar, fragrance
and pollen of each country's
flowers without harming
any bloom..

People of the world, we want you to know we are not the regime
which occupies us. We ask that you join us in prayers to God for an
end now to the violent and illegal wars, the theft from the poor, the rape
of Mother Earth, the mass slaughter of people and animals
perpetrated by our occupiers.

Submitted: Thursday, June 26, 2008
Edited: Thursday, June 26, 2008
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