The Value Of Mistakes - Poem by Tom Zart
All are victim of our own mistakes
So it should come as no surprise.
That every nation upon God’s Earth
Had to learn from misjudgments to be wise.
Of all the errors our nation has made
Allowing slavery was by far the worst.
We learned that all are created equal
And that freedom and fairness come first.
If we as a country value each person
Our concern will motivate as well.
Any who’s lifestyle is shamed by greed
Are free to live however to succeed or fail.
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