Human Beings - Poem by chuck Hurley
Every human being has the right to express what they believe
But to impose on another with a threat are words to deceive
Only God the creator can adjudicate and relieve.
The trilogy of mankinds behavior is thought acts and intent
How we use, chose and apply, the earthly time we are lent
Humanity has two creative genders and is the reason they were sent.
The rule of law came from primarily the thoughts of earthly men
Seldom inclusive to incorporate the thoughts of many women
When are the blessed who nurture humanity again and again.
The shepherd of any human flock will answer for their acts
To serve is to give children their time of peace and what they lack
Our soul, mind and habitat will eventually; all be taken back.
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