America The Beautiful - Poem by Tom Zart
All though history man has behaved like an ape
We can assume our deeds of ignorance shall persist.
Staying prepared to defend, provide and protect
Does not mean endless hatred and fear should exists.
From the time of America’s creation as a nation
Are country has fought battles of conflict and greed.
To allow our freedom to prosper, inspire and continue
We had to heed God’s wisdom to succeed.
People sometimes are mean by their nature
When we become accustom to the wrongs of sin.
All face problems of life to overcome before death
And to pray on our knees we begin.
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