AHO Speaks

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America's Mother - Poem by AHO Speaks

As you loved your Mother please protect her nation
That which enfolds every different, ethnic, cultural relation.

Those who sacrificed their lives for others
The family of man that included sisters and brothers.

From out of the loins of this grand land
Children of children and each one precious and grand.

Each child distinct, differerent, as children of your way
Always to uplifift, protect and encourage every day.

God will always love your children and the human race
Also the beautiful color of each child's face.

If we allow the planting of the evil human seeds
Then God will be silent in giving the gift of good deeds.

Listen to your heart and mind to what is said
The future is for the children and the past is over and dead.

Praise your God and pray for this great nation
The bread basket of the world for every human relation..

This country is sacred for every Mother's son and daughter
The homeland that can continue to be safe from warfare's slaughter.

Her love for you is greater than for her God
You are flesh of her flesh and will rise out of the sod.

She will return to her God the gift of soul
But never to relinquish the gifts that made her whole.

Just as the nations ask that you give no more or less
To silence those who preach evil and wickedness.

This is not a melting pot of peoples and races
Rather an offering to our God who has many faces.

Races, culture and traditions are the trilogy of man to take
Gifts from God as part of humanity and never to forsake.

10-04-05 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 25, 2010

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