Our First American President - Poem by Patricia Kelley
America have you quickly forgotten our Forefathers?
They taught us the meaning of being sisters and brothers.
Let's start with our first American President George Washington who led us to victory.
Who showed us how to care about others!
He's the one that wrote the Us Constitution.
So future presidents would understand their position,
Understanding that there were restrictions.
He handed down a legacy of strength, integrity and national purpose.
Without caring about the political frictions,
George Washington was a man of faith and principles.
He led tossed immigrants towards a dream,
By giving them, new directions,
He became and American President that would eventually become invincible.
He became the first American President that fought for Liberty and justice for all.
He gave us the US Constitution so America would never fall.
Now, what I see happening to America is inconceivable.
We are now becoming unable,
To protect our country, our sons and daughters,
Because there are people in America that don't understand what our Constitution stands for.
Now, I wait to see who knocks at my door.
I will defend my forefathers and what they stood for.
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