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Thin Ice : Poetry
Aimlessly traveling through life at dangerously high speed.
Black ice, shiny and slippery when wet
Cause for alarm, lest we choose to forget
Black patches mingle with solid concrete
We cruise haphazardly until we meet
Sliding, Skidding traction lost
Colliding with destiny in early morn frost
Aimlessly traveling through life at dangerously high speed
Forgetting ice patches of the homeless in dire need
Welcome matt pulled. What happened to our hospitality?
America, once the land of the brave and free
Welcome matt pulled, what happened to our hospitality?
Have we forgotten how our ancestor's came in search of a brand new land?
Have we forgotten we all came here from somewhere, seeking a helping-hand?
I'm aware we live in perilous times
Isis killing, recruiting young minds
Actions speak much louder than words
Advocating we move forward, never retreating backwards
Hoping no wall will ever be constructed
Living in harmony with all people, like God has instructed
Countless people still look to America For a heaven of rest
" Yes We Can " We can show the world We're still the very best