The Uncivil War ( in Haiku poetry)
That uncivil war,
The war between our fond states.
A losing attempt,
A restoring of these dates.
Great men did perish,
Against slavery, independence.
Wrong acts were performed,
To win worthy transcendence.
Their memories haunt,
Was sorrowful... to repent,
Those decent lives lost,
Souls to heaven, were each sent.
Now may we each say,
Those wrongs righted, to this day?
How may we restore,
Our flag... to fly high, once more?
We'll respect each face,
A part of our human race!
Give respect to all,
Our country, then to stand tall!
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