Our Purpose & Worth - Poem by Tom Zart
Thousands of years before Christ was born
Warriors with weapons sounded their horn.
No matter the species man kills more
As genocide persists as it has before.
There’s something foul in the hearts of men
When they seek revenge as wars begin.
Mothers and fathers suffer the loss of love
As the deeds of man are judged from above.
From the time we arrive on the surface of Earth
Our behavior displays our purpose and worth.
What would we be without goodness of soul
Victims of evil as it takes its toll.
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