Green World - Poem by Abderrahmane Dakir
Our land is opened for all,
We could not build a wall.
All race be well come in,
We should count you in.
All skin colors, black, white and even red,
All religion, All human being considered,
All languages, all dialects are talked.
All conflict, difference, racism are melted.
One nation, hand in hand is our law,
Cause we have fought our ego.
Gratitude is our feeling, so we live thankfully,
Compassion is our deeds, so we live mercifully,
Justice is our priority, so we live peacefully.
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