Amalgamation ( a poem of Relativity)
America, our most beloved country land, the home of the brave...
For her protection, many soldiers, to perish, their lives they gave.
Defended this nation by the strongest, the proud, and the true,
Gave their all in every war...many now lie in an unmarked grave.
Just who were these great men, and where did their lives to begin,
They came from many countries all around this whole wide world.
Families united from all of Europe, Africa and farthest Asian climes,
Americanized and were verified...the flag of stars and stripes to unfurl.
In times of unrest, each gave their very best, no matter color or creed,
As soldiers, were one united force, refused to give in, all did succeed.
Now our country stands as a testament, undaunted our powers beheld,
Our soldiers, regarded as the best in the world, of this country, to meld.
Why can't our nation live as one, as some races and its peoples to shun,
When will we take a lesson of the wars, how together, these were all won?
Must we live in a constant regression, instead of advancing in approbation,
Not respecting others and beliefs, cultures rich in history, their veneration?
Shall we ever unite, as only in war time, this never to occur in our daily lives,
Can we learn a lesson from days of the past, where together, as one, we thrived?
Does our creator smile or to frown...as he watches his flock from heavenly heights,
While we go about our usual lives...under a warm sun by day, and moon, in the nights?
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