The Devastation Of A Nation - Poem by Gregory Huyette
A nation valuing its rights more than its obligations.
A nation valuing high class riches more than middle class wealth
A nation valuing politicians more than the people's participation.
A nation valuing the short term with little long term consideration.
A nation valuing the demeaning of truth with false manipulation.
A nation valuing the status quo in spite of devastation.
A nation valuing its children so little that ignores their desperation.
A nation valuing its won self interests regardless of growing consternation.
A nation valuing diversity regardless of the harms of its aberration.
A nation valuing these injustices will disappear from its own perturbation.
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