'A Very Sad Reminder' - Poem by Linda Winchell
Life is a very sad reminder,
Of man’s long forgotten reality,
That many have died in the name of what’s right and good,
A misconceived mans notion…called, “humanity.”
Wars and death have plagued our earth,
Since man first walked its fertile soil,
Fighting over what was never ours,
Only that on loan for our hands to toil.
Where did man’s notion first come about?
That what God made was only theirs,
And not a world that should live in peace,
And what is reaped given for all to share.
By: Linda Winchell
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