Why Does It Matter What We Believe? - Poem by Tom Zart
Where are the soldiers who march in a line
Where are the soldiers your son and mine?
Where are the daughters who’s honor they deserve
Where are the daughters who have chosen to serve?
Why is our world so consumed by hate
Why do so many wake up to late?
Why does it matter what we believe
Why does it matter the memory we leave?
It matters we pray for God’s wisdom and will
It matters we pray for His purpose to fulfill.
It matters we seek to be all we can be
It matters we pray for the blind to see.
Down through the history of humans on Earth
The way we treat others foretells our worth.
The outcomes of life be they joyful or sad
Teach us to be thankful, grateful and glad.
If it wasn’t for our solders liberty would cease
If it wasn’t for hero’s we would never know peace.
If it wasn’t for the courageous both night and day
Vision the price our country would pay.
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